Newton South High School - Regulus Yearbook (Newton, MA)
- Class of 1968
Page 1 of 272
Pages 6 - 7
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newton south high school
newton centre, massachusetts
May We draw your attention to the carniv-
orous animal at the bottom of the page. He is
Leo the Lion, majestic king of the educational
jungle, fierce and fearless combatant of ignor-
ance and low attendance at Varsity football
games. Like most lions you may have had the
opportunity of meeting, this one has a heart.
The heart of the lion fastronomically speak-
ingj is REGULUS.
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Mr William D. Geer, Ir., Principal l
Miss Sweeney, Assistant Principal
Each year the editors of Regulus attempt to capture
and to chronicle three years of the lives of some five
hundred plus students who make up the graduating
class of Newton South. Despite the clear success of the
editors of this and all other past yearbooks, something
intangible is always missing from this record of school
and from the formal graduation ceremonies that take
place in June. By the time this book is in print, and the
Class of 1968 has escaped into the swirl of symposium,
the prom and graduation, the most significant aspect of
your life at South will have vanished. Gone forever is
the particular clang of locker doors and the special
layering of old math papers, boots, lollipop wrappers,
and book covers that you exposed each morning during
the daily ritual of arriving and preparing for class.
Next year the same ritual will continue but it won't be
the same. The knots of old friends on the Goodwin
benches will change, and those of us who stay will
notice that the particular quality that you gave to the
school has vanished. Classes, halls, and parking lots
are never the same from year to year. Already the
particular quality which you brought to school has
faded, and the Class of 1969 has begun to establish
its special and intangible individuality. It is fitting that
you who are leaving and we who stay pay due notice
to the special nature of the Class of 1968, which is
now a thing of the past, and recognize that this
nature and the contribution that each of you made to
it are the most important gifts that you have given to
WILLIAM D. GEER, JR.
Mrs. McGuire, Secretary to the Afiiftant Principal
Mrs. Letteney, Secretary to the Principal
MAIN OFFICE STAFF: Mrs. Santucci, Mrs. Gilroy, Mrs. Mendelsohn, Miss Leone, Miss Lawless.
Not Preient: Mrs. Kempenin.
Rott! 1: Miss Hatch, Mr. Nye, Miss Allen, Mrs. Friemarck, Miss Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. MacKerron, Miss Silk. Not Prefent: Miss
Lanigan, Department Head, Mr. Cams. Row 2: Mr. Youngblood, Cornick, Mr. Crouse, Mrs. Hansberry, Mrs. Hubbard, Mrs. Ratner,
Mr. Slater, Mr. Weiner, Mr. O'Donnell, Mr. Goggin, Mrs. Kargman, Miss Smith, Mrs. Yerkes.
Sometimes it doesn't take much-maybe a glance at a newspaper
headline or a few words of a news broadcast-to make you wonder how
what you're doing every day of the week, morning, noon and night, Hts
into the whole scheme of things. Who really cares when the verb "monter"
is conjugated with Metre" and when it's conjugated with "avoir"? Is it
really important to learn some inane set of formulas for Chemistry? So
what if you get an "A" or an "F" on a test or if you ever write or grade
that composition? What's that have to do with what's really important in
the world, such as the war in Vietnam, civil rights, local and national
elections, etc? Often, nothing at all, which makes things all the more
frustrating. And, then again, are these problems worth thinking about?
Maybe we do the what seem to be menial tasks because they're within the
realm of our competence, whereas the other issues are beyond our total
comprehension. Or, maybe they do represent a part of the big picture. I
don't think any of us has the answer for anybody else. However, if ,we
can't justify in our own mind the time and energy spent on our given
tasks, the future looks pretty grim, which is a rather unhappy prospect,
particulary when there is so terribly much to be gained simply by opening
our eyes occasionally to the world beyond our own little one. There are
so many people to know, so many things to find out about, that it's some-
times exasperating when you realize that you don't even have the time
to listen to a record or go to a movie, and there you are again, right back
where you started, trying to figure out what's worth it. This dilemma can
be depressing but, at the same time, it certainly makes life terribly exciting,
even at school, thank goodness.
Row l: Miss Leighton, Mrs. Hagarth, Mrs. Nichols
Mrs. Mazzotra, Mrs. McChesney, Miss Cohen. Row 2
Mrs. Hayman, Mr. Rivers, Mrs. Leisher, Mr. Petrillo
Mr. Cornell, Mr. Ethier, Department I-Ieadg Mr. Little:
Miss McLane, Mrs. Pike. Not Prerent: Miss Ashley.
To give an impression of the year at Newton South in 200 words is like
trying for a good snapshot of one's wife, or like finding a helpful response
to smashing one's thumb with a hammer, or maybe like teaching. It may
very well be impossible. How many words for people? How many for
place? How many for the encircling world that shines, or dulls, or reddens
the eyes that tie us daily to each other? How many for those things for
which there are no words, unfinished things between us all which are
what's really happening? Should yearbooks note the wounds we inflict
upon each other, depict the transfer of history's hang-ups to the future?
Or should they rather celebrate only those magic moments when we are
surprised by joy? Should they record only the taste of victory, the A's
and B's and party faces, teachers chewing learned pipes and fondling
promiscous books? Who speaks for the dying in class and corridor? Who
has words for the healers, young and old?
How incredibly careless we are of each other. How casually we maim
and fracture our minds and spirits. How unimaginatively we arrange a
space for learning and reflection. No time to know each other, too many
faces without names, too many names without faces. Lives too different
to stand so close so often without ritual combat and justification. Minds
slam shut on minutia or loll open to spill out discretion. Questions too
large to ask. Answers so shrill only dogs can hear.
And yet, to use the current jargon, this is "where it's at", this is "tell-
ing it like it is." This is what the world, what life is like in our time-
crowded, abrasive, incoherent, threatened by relatives, challenged by un-
familiar authenticities, confused by monumental fictions, sustained by
outrageosly beautiful hopes. So day by day we stand forth upon the
balance beam, teetering out an order over the abyss fashioning new creation
Thus I exhaust and go beyond my 200 words in an impression of
leaving an impression. Yet perhaps the energy and whirl of so much
life, like viewing the sun, requires a dark glass to be perceived at all.
R. S. WICKS
. . . Let's take a look at what consequences follow from a recognition
that we can view the same events from either a "Being-Substanceu frame
of reference or from a "Becoming Process" frame of reference . . .
I'll attempt to give you a feeling for the above terms with two exam-
ples, the first in the realm of metaphysics. Hadwe been brought up as
Orientals rather than Occidentals, the Process-Becoming orientation would
seem more natural to us. The current attraction of Zen Buddhism and
Taoist-like philosophies with their emphasis on "The Way" rather than
"T he Being" probably shows a desire to make our mental world corres-
pond more closely with our deep intuitions of the Way things "are" in
our sensual world . . .
The second example involves a dose of Einstein's Relativity Theory.
Its appearance caused consternation among 19th century physicists who
had used length, mass, and time as the fundamental concepts of physics.
Einstein suggested that different conclusions when making measurements
of length, time, and mass. Notice length, time, and mass are just the kind
of concepts you would pick as fundamental ones if you were working in
a Being-Substance frame of reference. Suppose we were trying to pick a
fundamental concept that would fit a Becoming Process frame of reference.
Try velocity-the velocity of light in free space. Einstein chose to assume
that the velocity of light was not dependent on the observer as were length,
Column 1: Miss Scherban, Mr. Roberts M
Neel, Mr. Wicks, Mr. Altree, Department
Hefulg Mr. Burnham. Column 2: Miss Hunter
Mrs. Glick, Mr. Steeman, Mr. Sherman
Column 3: Mrs. Vainstein, Mr. Henderson
Mr. Freidman, Mr. Shaw, Mr. Busselle Fur
Right: Mr, Cuyler. Not Present: Mr. Dam
mond, Miss Katz, Mr. Mattson, Mr. Thompson
time and mass . . . The relativistic aspects of Einstein's theory show up
when we are viewing events from a Being-Substance frame of reference.
But a kind of absoluteness fi.e. results independent of the observerj not
relativism hits us if our frame of reference is a Becoming-Process one . . .
Perhaps you can now look at some people whom you might call
hypocrites through "Becoming-Process" rather than a "Being-Substance"
eyes. I am going to mention two topics and begin thinking, leaving the
continuation of it to you-as a ten or twenty year project. The first of the
two topics concerns "student government" and the second concerns some
parents reaction to "mixed" marriages.
On the "student government" issue, I would ask whether much of the
adult world hasn't-in their "idea world"- been playing in a Being-Sub-
stance ball park. They have created the Democratic Dogma in their
"thought worldn, but they might apply it to a "world of action in which
I have suggested that Becoming and Process are the fundamental realities
rather than Being and Substance . . . Is it any wonder that we adults seem
to be guilty of "double talk" when we make promises which we can't
On the "mixed marriages" issue, segments of the adult world, playing
in a Being-Substance ball park have said that "Being in Love" was a major
determinant on when to get married. Here, we have come very close to
telling you a bold-faced lie. Some of the problem is that the intellectuals
ffrom the scientist to the theologianj, whom society has entrusted with
maintaining and refurbishing societyls "capital reserves" of "intangible
realities", have done so poorly that the natural tendency of people to
believe only in that which they can see or touch has had more influence
than it should have had. Marriage is not an isolated happening in a
Being-Substance frame of reference. It is much closer to a process whose
healthy growth is at least partly determined by the environment in which
it must function. Woe be unto those who's foresight is so lacking that
they refuse to compare-prior to acting- the number of points of
correspondence between their private dream world and the Universe in
its present moment of Becoming.
VINCENT W. BRONSON
Row lr Mr. Silluzio, Department Head: Mrs. McAvoy
Miss Evans, Mrs. Pitt, Mr. Jesdale. Row 2: Mr. Gold-
man, Mr. Verdun, Mr. Bronson, Mr. McLaren, Mr
Brough. Not Prefentz Mr. Kojoyian, Mrs. Liebman
NR WW- Nm .
Row 1: Miss Dohanian, Mrs. Rackshys, Mr. Manhard, Department
Headg Mrs. Friedberg, Mrs. Savides. Row 2: Mr. Jameson, Mr.
Johanson, Mr. Merrill, Mr. Giroux, Mr. Franke, Mr. Heckman,
Mr. Hapgood, Mr. Nathanson. No! Prexent: Mrs. Flanagan, Mr.
a looks out
Would you rather be?
The only room I like
purple and blue
not a classroom
But a classroom
What's good isn't
Sometimes, most times
and what's bad isn't
Sometimes, most times
ELLEN D. VAINSTEIN
The high school years, at their best, direct students in the ways of
self-direction. The justification for the kinds of structures and limits which
exist can be found only in the expected increased ability of students to
manage themselves and their worlds with decreased need for structures
and limits created by others. Because of the new channels of thought and
the expanded areas for personal involvement, it is during the high school
years that the possibilities of choice become real, that the absence of
universal absolutes can be accepted, that ambiguity can be tolerated, that
gratifiications can be postponed.
The emergence of a person who is comfortable with himself, who has
stretched his talents, and who has tested his beliefs-is perhaps the most
important goal that the Worthwhile high school experience can achieve,
no matter what the nature of the postschool venture, this is the most
MARGARET E. Anms
They are gone, the children'
elf it will be as good
Of the tribes of Judah, out
From my room into the
Corridors to shout it's over,
To celebrate another year
Of growth, of age, of becoming
What they fear they will
Become, leaving me to keep
The silence and to wonder
At the end of anothersummer
To welcome them back, in sum,
To growth, to age and to becoming
What they fear they will become.
P. E. B., jr.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT-Mr. Arner, Mr. Levenson.
ART DEPARTMENT-Mr. Roberts, Mr. Busselle, Mr. Andrews, Mrs.
Lyman, Mr. Cuyler.
"I have to take or do this in order to be
eligible for that which leads to thus which
in turn carries over into such and such
enabling me to accomplish it-the culmina-
tion of which allows me to pursue "other"
interests, said any student.
Usually coming under "others" on var-
ious offerings and descriptions I sometimes
wonder why we are always at the end of the
list. Alphabetically we don't belong at the
end-zymurgy does. Like zymurgy we deal
in a product and although not as pleasant
to consume on the whole we have better
GEORGE OWEN Romsurs
Lockers . . .
I see nothing but lockers
Or eye-ease green
I hear lockers!
I feel . . .
Smooth, textureless tile
Glazed tile of pale pastel
READING CLINIC-Mr. Carey
Clean tile-pink, grey and pale, pale blue.
LIBRARY-Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Tannen-
baurn, Mrs. Donovan, Miss Trowbridge.
HOME ECONOMICS-Mrs. Driscoll,
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' GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT-Mrs. Kelley, Mr. Larnpert, Mrs.
Sarkisian, Dr. Addis, Department Headg Mr. Sanborn, Mrs. Evans,
Tile . . .
Smooth, shiny tile
Vinyl floor tile
I see a waxer with a long yellow cord
I hear a waxer . . . hummmmmm os
If you go to see a housemaster, you can walk on a rug!
Tab-arm chairs for Math
Tab-arm chairs for History, for English and for French
In the library I can sit at a table in a chair!
In the art room I can spin the chair!
In a faculty sitting room they have plush-plastic chairs
with metal arms and legs.
Tables, chairs, floors, stairs
Why is everything so smooth?
The easier to clean.
Ceilings, lights, fluorescent tubes Riliilllgliife DEPARTMENT-Miss Roman, Department Head: Mr. Allcva
I long for a single bulb! '
Such enervating air!
"What is honored in a country
will be cultivated there." QPLATOQ
SAMUEL M. BUSSELE
One of the curious things about my own education is that
I did all the reading that has had any meaning for me, often I
had finished the formal part of it during the long nights at sea
while I was in the navy or, having closed the last book of my
formal education, in the few years that I spent wandering about
in jobs that allowed me to see some of the realities that my
formal education denied ever existed. Those were the years when
I read The Education of Henry Adams, The Brothers Karanzazov,
Plato, Shakespeare, Dickens.
I have almost stopped wondering why I used to let myself
off by blaming the prevailing methods of teaching and learning.
But I am not sure that this is the first. More likely I was simply
not prepared emotionally or intellectually to read books that
are concerned with the philosophical issues that have concerned
man since he has been man. Hamlet was to me a murder story,
nothing more and nothing less, and my instructors did nothing
to change my notion.
The other night I noticed that my young daughter, grade
seven or eight, was reading The Old Man and The Sea. I tried
gently to ease it out of her hand and put in its place The Wind
in The Willows. But she clung to her assignment. I am sure
that years from now when another teacher suggests that she
read The Old Man and The Sea, she will respond, "Oh, I read
that years ago." So it goes.
It's almost February and, for me, time to revive my imagina-
tion and restore my spirit with a trip to Pooh Corner. When the
ice breaks in March, perhaps there may even be time for a game
of Poohsticks. '
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-Mr.
Poskitt, Mr. Bechtold, Mr. Winkler.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-Miss Strojny, Miss Gil-
more, Miss Hersey.
HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Mrs. Winnard, Mrs. Green. Not
Present: Mrs. Nee.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT-Mr. Knapman, Mr. Lambert, Mr. Manghue.
Like, I assume, most human beings, I enjoy escaping. In the
matter of reading, though the flight is not necessarily away from
an intolerable vision of life so much as toward another kind of
vision of it that allows me to return quite squarely to where I
started. Yes, reading-and certainly for that matter the entire
art spectrum-is therapy: I engage in fantasy, but I awake
endowed with the conviction that my journey in reality is not
replaced but made more tolerable. And the particular ways
words accomplish this circle are by forcing me "willfully" first
to master a refractory medium, to learn and use its rules, next
to see this rational system of language exploited to construct a
conscious dream, and finally to feel the illusion of having, in
effect, cheated the ubiquitous and unwieldy medium of its
having truly managed me.
There is obvious satisfaction 'to be realized in learning lan-
guage well, in using it through articulate speech and persuasive
writing, and, I think, for our purposes here to confront and see
I the scheme of say, complex fiction. What I see beyond, how-
ever, is that in the writer's manipulation of an existing, systema-
tic medium he renders the inert, physical mass so familiar to
us and makes a dream, a divine-like activity which represents
l something greater than the visible us: the postulated noble
l or perverse. And here enters the workable illusion, not the
solitary dreaming of night or the alienating and dangerous
fantasies of the psychotic or the addict but a community dream
made external and therefore tangible by its appearance in a pub-
licly recognizable form.
We can escape then, but the gesture via art must he two-
sided, for as we dream so must we wake. And while my daily
l ethical systems may not he threatened or altered hy the conscious
dream of reading I feel that I have perceived in a renewable and
, sharable form a safe vehicle for re-entry from those things in me
I dare not speak.
y W. H. O,DONNELL 1
AUDIO-VISUAL DEPA RTMENT-Mrs. Burrowes
DRIVER EDUCATION-Mr. Brouillette.
CAFETERIA STAFF-Row l: Mrs. Stanton, Mrs.
Nutting, Mrs. Tedesco, Mrs. Osterberg. Row 2:
Mrs. Piselli, Mrs. Moreau, Mrs. MacDougall.
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"I saw the news today oh boy."
I see the news, let out my breath, sit and wonder if it
will happen tomorrow or next week. I sit and wonder
what It will be and what It will be like and where It
will come: It may be the use of a nuclear bomb by some-
one, anywhere, It may be the week we invade China or
the week they invade our Vietnam, or It may be the day
all our cities get a full bath in blood and fire. It may
happen, kid. I'm only a teacher and no one knows.
Some kids at South think theyire growing up absurd,
ideally I'd like ,my students to grow up just disturbed.
Disturbed by all the mean forces that may take away
their world and destroy it for them. That's one of the
2000 reasons for trying to teach. I believe in education,
but it's hard to really care about schools, this school,
and it's often hard to be excited by most of every day,
often easier to'feel that no one hears. But there's a
chance, a student mayask a question, have a need to
know or want to understand. Maybe I'll have been there.
Maybe I can help, there's a chance. Of course there may
be a few answers. Few of these who run this world have
time to hear questions, or to reflect and frame answers.
So maybe there are questions, and after I answer maybe
you'll sit down, see the news and say:
"I saw the news today oh boy." Q
"I saw the news today oh boy."
CUSTODIAL STAFF-Row 1: Mr. Daley, Mrs
Fisher, Mr. Sabetti, Mrs. Hughes, Mr. Ceclrone. Row
2: Mr. Peltier, Mr. Kulas, Mr. Farrell, Mr. Evans
Few of us build our own memorials. Such a memorial is ours, how-
ever, in the library at Newton South High School, built not with
bricks and mortar alone, but with the precious human fabric of
knowledge, breath of interest, enthusiam, and dedication found in
the person of Margaret Erskine.
Colleagues and students alike cherish the memory of a gallant spirit
whose gentle humor, scholarly interests, and embracing compassion
enriched the lives of all who knew her and were made forever glad.
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King, Sec11etm'y,' W. Johnson
C0-cbairmanj J. Aronson
change Studefztg E. Schneier
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Tvfefzfurerj K. Rosendahl, Ex-
I.. Shahon, S. Forman, J. Stry-
mish, J. Kaplan, A. Jacobs, L.
Rubinstein, P. Baginsky, J. Alt-
man, G. Kaplan, S. Kaye, C.
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M. Glanz, Secretary' j.P. Belrnondo, Advifory S. Merian,
Presidentj C. Goodman, Trefzyurer.
You are to report for induction .....
Hvivem Jean et Joan!"
Row 1: D. Levine, C. Solecosta, J.
Levin, A. King, S. Neiger. Row 2:
R. Sapers, M. Bluestein, S. Winston.
S. Sacks, J. Strauss, M.A. Sabetti.
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R. Klugman, L. Warschauer, L. Kaplan,
D. Pfau, P. Lowy, A. King, Frau Leis-
spani h club
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french national honor society
Row 1: B. Poplin, W. Goldwin, A. Drinan, A. Hirsch, S. Merian, H. Hawksley, S. Rautenberg,
D. Wilson. Row 2: J. Berman, T. Humphrey, J Barber, G. Sneider, S. Garber, K. King, R.
Weinfeld, P. Paglia, B. Dichter, G. Gladstone,
"Good morning Mr. Phelps .... "
t -- X-1-LW-3-E4-iiifiva.
Row 1: B. Strasser, D. Freedman, N. Traber, C. Radlo, M
Baruch J Altman D Saunders Row 2 J Barber J
Kaitz M Kaufman E Kaplan B Miller M. Koslow D
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Krasai E.. Fireman, lL. .Ade1man, Mr. Neel. , I
The Massachusetts Crime Commission Report of
April 1965 stated that good government "depends
above all on the attitudes of the average 'citizen to-
wards politics and whether he takes his citizenship
responsibilities seriously." With this in mind, the
members of the South High Forum realized that the
students of this school were not being offered a real-
istic opportunity to broaden their outlook on World
affairs. The Forum decided to invite knowledgable
lecturers in the fields of foreign relations and urban
development. As president of the Forum, I must admit
that the lecture program has thus far been a success
not only because of the quality of the speakers, but
also because of the amazing cooperation and concern
shown by the students.
1: Al. Term-r, R. Man
2: K. Boll, R. Sha
M. Hecht, G. Fish
Row 1: N. Kaplan, G. Kaplan, J.
Shapiro. Row 2: J. Clifford, L. Shahon,
I Mr. Friedman, L. Kazis, M. Koslow,
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high school without
lst Boy: Oh this Prom is really going to be something.
2nd Boy: Well, I hear they have rented the Chestnut Hill
MTA Ctation. '
Agnes: Milties Why won't you go to the Prom with me?
Milton: You're a nobody Agnes.
Agnes: All right Miltie, this is it. To be somebody I've got
to go to the Prom with somebody. I don't Wanna be
just Agnes Greenbaum all my life. You're going to that
Prom with me and you know why fshe pulls out the
book, Milton reaches for it but Agnes flings him back
on the chairj I've found all your secrets . . .
Milton: fmonotonej Oh Aggie, I donlt know why I did it.
I was such a fool. You're so wonderful and I'm but
a meek and dastardly dastard fAgnes shaking her head in
agreementj. Let me stab this yardstick into my burning
Agnes: No Miltie, I don't Want your life. I want you to take
me to the Prom. Everyone will be there.
Milton: Should I go with her? If I go with Agnes what will
Jane, Susan and the boys say? For Agnes Yich! Yet
if I don't gowith Agnes she will expose my true char-
acter and I shall be a failure. I've decided I'm sure
I'm right. If any decision is Wrong I shall be finished
Agnes: Yes, Milton.
Milton: I'll take you to the Prom:
Milton: Well here I am Milton Crotzbait . . . man of many 3
talents . . . "Most likely to succeed" . . . A FLOP . . . 5
I'll bet there isn't a girl in the school Who would go to
the chess tournament with me next Saturday . . . But Q
once old friend, could you send a tiny angel from the f
sky . . . Who . . .Who are you? g
Angel: Who the heck do you think I am? Paul Horning- I'm
your fairy guidance counselor . . . I've got just the
thing you need . . . You just follow every step in this if
here book kid, and you've got it made . . . you'll be
the biggest usccess this school has ever seen. j,
Milton: Qreadingj How to Succeed in High School Without
Really Trying-Oh Boy!
,sations letters ex eriences observations. He brou ht his
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5 The greater the varieties of vision one can cultivate, the
fricher his sense of life.
Y The idea that this could be the formet for a Sophomore
if Symposium was generated by a reading of the letters of Vin-
:cent Van Gogh. This extraordinary artist conducted much
fof his life as a series of paintings. Color, shading, foreground,
iperspective, shadow: these were both the language of his
gbrush and the language that he brushed into his own conver-
:highly aesthetic vocabulary to categories of experience that
I would not normally percieve as aesthetic. He utilized a
:style of vision, a set of rescriptive categories, for conducting
everyday aspects of his life that I found I could test on everyf
day aspects of my life. This was exciting. With all my naivete
about painting, I could try to see events that I witnessed as
At one symposium, we asked a composer to see himself
in the act of being a composer - to see himself as a man with
a unique style of vision. fln effect, we asked him to be
conscious of a type of process subconsciously engaged in by
Van Gogh.j We wanted further to ask if the pculiar quality
ofwhis vision might be brought to our fields of vision. Students
pushed him even further to ask how he saw society's vision
e Music, Mr. Weingarden suggested, can be viewed as the
creative division of time. Music's raw material is silence. The
composer feels something, and his task - by moulding and
altering silence - is to convert this feeling into the symbolic
language of music.
In the audience, I grappled with the idea that the his-
torian strains to listen to the silence of the past: to then ap-
portion its feeling into intelligible intervals by using the
symbolic language of words. I also thought that a day in my
life, as well as trying to be a painting, could try to be an
arrangement of the silence that it was before it got here.
The speakers were reluctant to discuss drug use as
an isolated occurence. Rather, they saw drug use as a
sociological phenomenon, colsely related to the dis-
affection caused by our society's inability to deal
rationally with the War, urban violence, civil rights
and poverty. Some of the students and many parents
did not agree with this interpretation. The parents
had anticipated a packaged method for preventing
their kids from smoking pot, and instead heard Lettvin
call for overthrow of the government. They grew
extremely impatient, and some became quite agitated.
One irate parent stormed down to the stage where he
bellowed incoherently into the microphone.
Today in listening to the panel discussion on drugs I was inspired
to write about it. I was very disturbed by the fact that out of five speakers,
four of them practically encouraged us to take marijuana! I was under the
impression that these past two days were to discourage people of our
age, and of any age, from taking drugs! All four told us that marijuana
was not addictive and not harmful to our health. They even said it was
not as harmful as cigarette smoking! '
I never thought of taking marijuana until these men told us that
it was not harmful. Why not take it then if all it does is give you a few
I would think that the people who set up these speakers would get
men who would show us that it is harmful, and I have heard that it has
even been shown to cause brain damage! I understandthat one has to
see bothsides of a controversy, but couldn't they have gotten more speak-
ers who could have shown us how bad it is, rather than encourage it?
I have lost all faith in the older generation!
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The two-day drug program was, in my opinion,
an extremely worthwhile event. Aside from the few
"Great! Two-days-off-from schoolu students, I think
that everyone present at the assemblies actively ques-
tioned himself about the current drug problems. Al-
though this type of program most probably will not
decrease the rate of marijuana smokers in the school,
it certainly did increase the students' awareness about
both the mental and physical dangers and the "self-
discoveringn advantages of drug use.
The speakers were a diverse lot. They ranged
from a narcotics agent to practising psychiatrists to
a revolutionary professor. They all had different view-
points, and they all had something to say. They were
thought provoking, and so they served their purpose
-they stirred people up and got a visible reaction.
That, in itself, is positive.
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LIONS, LIONS, WE ARE GREAT
WE'RE THE TEAM THAT REALLY RATES .....
The Newton South football Lions ended their highly
successful season with a 7-2 record. Victories were reg-
istered over Fitchburg, Cambridge Latin, Stoughton,
Lexington, Melrose, Boston Tech and Oliver Ames.
The team's only losses came consecutively, after an im-
pressive five game winning streak, to Leomister and
Over the nine game slate a powerful offense rolled
up 171 points while a hard hitting defense allowed
only 92 points. Accurate passing by Tom Rezzuti and
strong running by backs George Tsiumis, Dan Men-
delson and Nick Parnell were important factors in the
potent offensive attack. Keynoting the stingy defense
were linebackers Dore Gilbert and Bill Rounseville
and linemen Russ Brooks, Ned McDonald, Ed Pfeifer,
Lou Shuman and Frank Vespa. Two-way ends captain
Lou DiFazio, George McKinney and Peter Dickinson
excelled on. both offense and defense.
LIONS, LIONS, WE'RE THE BEST
WE'RE GONNA WIN OVER ALL THE REST
LIONS WE ARE GREAT!
Highlighting the Lions' opening game victory over
Fitchburg, 20-12 was the outstanding running of Tsiu-
mis. Carrying the ball for a total of 156 yards during
the game, Tsiumis scored the team's first touchdown
on a spectacular 78-yard scamper behind. excellent
blocking. Other touchdowns came on a 20-yard scor-
ing strike from Rezzuti to DiFazio and a two-yard
plunge by wingback Bruce Tofias,
GIVE ME AN L- " L "
GIVE ME AN I- " I "
Tsiumis also spearheaded the Lion's second victory
over Cambridge Latin, 14-6. He carried for both Lion
tallies and ran for 172 yards. His scores came on runs
of 1 and 28 yards. The one-yard plunge was the game
winner, ending a march of 75 yards in 8 plays. While
operating from a single wing formation, Tsiumis car-
ried for 69 of the 75 yards.
Fullback Dan Mendelson was the hero of South's
victory over Stoughton, 20-8. The agile junior raced
for 172 yards in only 12 carries while scoring two touch-
downs and a conversion. Midway through the second
period he burst off left tackle at the Stoughton 48-yard
line and out-sprinted the defensive backfield to the
goal line. His other touchdown came on a one yard
plunge. Rezzuti scored the third' touchdown of the
game on a 12-yard bootleg.
Boston Tech, a leading Class A team, was the next
victim of the hustling Lions. Tech was beaten 22-20.
The passing combination of Rezzuti to DiFazio clicked
for two long touchdown passes in the first half to give
the Lions the lead. A short touchdown run by Tsiumis
increased the lead just before halftime to 14 points.
Despite the healthy margin, the Lions depended on a
great defense in the second half to hold off the strong
Tech offense which had trouble getting untracked.
During the game Tsiumis suffered a leg injury that
was to hamper him throughout the rest of the season.
Against Lexington the Lions won 24-12, despite the
absence of five starters, due to injuries. Nick Parnell
replaced Tsiumis in the backfield and turned in a
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terrific performance, scoring all three touchdowns and
gaining well over 100 yards.
GIVE ME AN O- " O "
GIVE ME AN N- " N "
GIVE ME AN S- " S
After close defeats to Leominster and Rindge Tech,
the Lions bounced back to defeat Melrose, 35-16. Tom
Rezzuti passed for two scores with tosses going to ends
DiFazio and McKinney. He also made a 20-yard touch-
down run, skirting around left end. Parnell scored
the other touchdown on a 3-yard run. The highlight
of the season came in the fourth quarter. To the utter
astonishment of the meager crowd of South fans, for-
mer student trainer David Moore came on field
and kicked the first South field goal in two years-
from a distance of 20 yards.
.. WHAT DOES IT SPELL - LIONS ..
Topping off the season was a 28-6 victory over
Oliver Ames on a miserable rainy Thanksgiving Day
morning before a standing-under-the-umbrella-only
crowd of alumni and students. End McKinney made
two fabulous receptions, both from 30 yards out. His
second catch was a one-handed diving grab in the end
zone. Tom Rezzuti, who played a tremendous game,
accounting for all four scores, ran for two touchdowns.
SAY IT AGAIN - LIONS
At the fall letter assembly seniors George Tsiumis,
Ned McDonald, Dore Gilbert, Ed Pfeifer, George
McKinney, Russ Brooks and Lou DiFazio were award-
ed game balls"for outstanding performances. junior
Dan Mendelson received the Robert T. Steinsieck Mem-
orial Award for all out effort. Reserve quarterback
Noah Bronson was presented with the most improved
back award, and Bill Rounseville received a similar
award for linemen. Bruce Tofias, injured for most of
the. season, was given an award for his dedication to
the team. His unselfish devotion in the training room
was a noteworthy factor in the team's success and an
action indicative of the spirit of a winning team of
. .. . . WHO'S GONNA WIN 1 LIONS!
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Dickinson, R. Brooks, E. Pfeifer. Row 21 F. Signore, E. Geraci, T.
Rezzuti, N. Parnell, D. Mendelson, C. Roth, J. Lopez, M. Zack-
man, L. Shuman, P. Sheppard, J. Davin, T. Todis, J. Neuman. Row
32 R. Leporini, F. Virgilio, T. Nelson, C. Schuft, B. Framson, R.
Kravets, J. Delaney, D. Wexler, P. Dumais, Coach MacConnell,
Coach Winkler. Row 42 Coach Nathanson, Coach Stegeman, Coach
Heckman, J. Chesarone, S. Umina, F. Vespa, M. Henderson, S.
Eastaugh, G. Davidoff, J. Moore, Coach Kojoyian.
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The well conditioned and anxious Lions of Newton
South rode the bus to Medford with confidence and
thoughts of a great upset over the team which was to
become the eastern Massachusetts champion.
Player Jil: I'll bet this is the best team South has
Player if 2: Could be. We'll see how we do today.
The bus pulled to a stop The Lions looked out on
the field of opposing blue shirts, paused, then roared
onto the field.
An hour later the bus pulled away to great
Blue and green,
Blue and green,
South Player: How did we really play coach?
Coach: We played well, but they outhustled us
and made some great plays.
Player: Well, do ya think we'll do well this
Coach: I think we'll figure in the top three.
Anxiety and excitement reigned on the ride to Lin-
coln-Sudbury, another dreaded foe from years past.
The Lions scoffed at a weak, inexperienced football
team in practice, while spectators lined the field to
watch THE school sport-soccer! One hour later, the
bus pulled away in silence . . . Lincoln Sudbury has
Player: Things aren't looking up, are they coach?
Coach: I guess not, but with dedicated practice,
Wednesday afternoon: 22 boys out for practice. 5072
isn't bad, is it?
Next came a loss to Brookline, 2-3. Another quiet
bus. Then Watertown. Victory 4-0. Jubilationl
Then came cross-town rival Newton, 0-5. Quiet rum-
bling, then open comment on how a certain coach was
leading a "potentially good" team. Brockton, 0-2.
Discouragement and more grumbling about a lousy
half season. Little hope for the future.
Watertown, 1-0 flt was supposed to be a killinglj.
Even some of the coach's favorites were grumbling:
Player if 1: It's not just our fault. He doesn't seem
to do anything to help us.
Player 42: You're right. Goin' to practice to-
Player if 1: I'll see how I feel.
Player Ji 5: I think I'll have a dentist appointment.
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low, but the players took a challenge. For the first
time the Lions did roar and they shut-out the powerful
defending champions for three full quarters and took
the Warriors into overtime. A very hard fought 1-2
loss. Next, Newton High. The Lions "kept the faith,"
but lost the game 0-4. Belmont decided that it would
try soccer this season for the first time in fifteen years.
An easy target, but a dull 2-2 deadlock. Finally, back
to Brookline. An excitingly disputed tie. What more
could the coach want: At least he didn't finish with a
The Lions finished flatly, with regret, anger, dis-
gust and relief that an ordeal was over. A 2-8-3 record
tells little of the team, but enough to say that it was a
loser - and the unconcern among most tells why.
Better luck and other things to next year's "booters"
and their coach.
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Row 22 A. Miller, J. Schaffer. Row 32 M. Zuroff
B. Dichter. Row 42 M. Freedman, B. Hahn, M
Warshaw. Row 53 F. Hurvitz, R. Primack, D
Woo, P. Taylor, R. Kushner. A. Smiles, R. Brown
A. Cornblatt, Row 62 R. Freedman, R. Schiller
P. Bloomberg, M. Freedman, P. Derogatis, B
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In the second meet of the season the team lost to
In a meet at Arlington this season, Newton South's
Dave Whitney and Jeff Davis were a full 200 yards
ahead of the rest of the field of cross-country runners-
well on their way to an easy one-two finish-when they
both took a wrong turn and ran an extra mile out of
their way towards Arlington Center. Imagine the re-
action of any unwary witnesses to this upsetting event:
-Hey, look at those long haired skinny hippies
runnin round in their White underwear.
-Groovy! Must be on a trip. Whattathey think
-It's quite obviously the manifestation of an
inner desire for peace and a return to paradise
in the Greek tradition.
-Who asked you?
As the sun set in the west, the two only slightly
embarassed and still completely determined harriers
finished the race last and next-to-last. Rick Levin fin-
ished second and Fred Kaye finished fifth, but South
lost the meet, 34-21.
This disaster was hardly the first of a series of
frustrating incidents that plagued the cross-country
team this year, and it certainly was not the last.
In the next dual-meet, with Medford, Dave Whitney
set a new school record for the 2.6 mile Mount Ida
home course, bettering Rick Ginsburg's record of 13:45
by 5 seconds. Jeff Davis finished only 11 seconds be-
hind, in second place, but the team lost, 34-25. Five
days later in the final dual-meet of the season, with
Waltham, Whitney broke his own newly-set record
time and tied the two-year old Mount Ida course re-
cord, 13:23.4. He was beaten by a sophomore from
Waltham by 0.2 seconds. Whitney's thoughts then
must have been truly poetic in expression:
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Jeff Davis finished close behind in 13.33-a time
that also broke Whitney's previous record. However,
South lost that one, also, 23-36.
The season itself had begun five weeks earlier with
a frustrating opening. The harriers had to forfiet their
first meet, with Everett, because the school doctor was
unable to give the cross-country candidates their phy-
sical examinations in time for the September 20 meet.
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in from a panoramic view of the hilly Everett course
to a close up of the starting line. Simultaneously,
sports announcer tries as hard as possible to fake a
feeling of tense excitement as the race between N.S.
H.S. and Everett is supposed to begin. Copter closes
in. Confused searching for runners of any kind. Quick
black out, followed by a half-hour of inane commen-
tary and discussion on the reasons behind the puzzling
situation fno racej, and several dozen advertisements
proving the beneficial effects of springtime Black-
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Malden High because of another in a continuing
line of freak experiences. Because senior Gerry Lewis
began practicing with the team late in the season, he
was placed in the j.V. ranks for the Malden race. His
talents were unknown and, also, misjudged, since he
placed fourth overall in the race. If he had been run-
ning with the Varsity, the points gained by him 'would
have been the difference between victory and the
other, less desired, evil. Newton South lost by only 4
Following a shattering loss to Newton High, 41-18,
Revere was beaten, 20-39. The important third and
fourth runners placed close behind Whitney and
Davis, providing the combination that was lacking so
often throughout the season.
Though the bare statistics say so, the cross-country
season this year was far from a disaster and much
closer to a surprise thriller. In the suburban league
meet, which was run on the Mount Ida course on
October 30, South completely shocked teams that had
beaten it easily in dual-meets by moving all the way
up to a tie for third place from seventh place in the
eight team league. The incredible combination of
Whitney and Davis placed seventh and eighth res-
pectively. Rick Levin linished in twenty-third place,
Dave Williams and Fred Kaye in thirty-first and thirty-
sixth places respectively.
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of his locker. They had lost, again. Their boasting
had stopped long ago.
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Another season ends with the ship run aground.
Yet, despite all reverses optimists abound.
"And although the Lion boardrunners must chalk
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promising sophomores and juniors who are expec-
ted to step into the berths vacated by departing
The' glory of South re-sought
Still hides and resides far, far-off,
And the eyes of one unwitting witness
To the downfall of a dubious dynasty desire
A rest from the strain of seven for was it seven
hundred?j lost contests.
But, although the arms and legs may tire,
The mind and spirit churn on through a muck
of opposition to the simple well being
Of Newton South's indoor track team.
Sorry boys, no bus today-a scheduling mistake.
You'll have to drive to the meet . . . Gee, I don't
know what they'll do about the leaks in the prac-
tice shed roof fellas-my guess is that they'll
tear down that shack before they repair it . . .
By the way, I understand an indoor track facility
1sn't far off for you boys. Stiff upper liplfp
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Reaction to overall defeat was taken quite
A losing cause may be received in two ways:
With submission and surrender, or a renewal of
desire to wage
The battle for improvement in the upcoming days.
Each knew the goal he wished to achieve.
Each knew the time he'd never retrieve.
When he'd circled the splintered practice track
of battered, ancient wood,
And dodged the oft'-errant shotput as gracefully
as he could.
"All we need take this relay is one more boy who
can give us 'a fast leg."
"How about Rob, coach? He says he has fast
legs . . ."
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efforts at victory failed.
While each man met the challenge, and knew
what must be done,
Almost without exception our boys were still
And though the losses first incurred were
incurred each week anew.
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The story of this year's wrestling team is contained
in the resounding repetition of one simple but enjoya-
from 98 to heavyweight! the Lions seemed to dominate
With a superb regular season record of ten wins
and only three losses, the squad went on to become the
first South team to win the.sectional championships. It
placed eighth out of forty-three schools in the states. A
depth of talent found in the consistent pinning perform-
ances of team captain Lou DiFazio Qwho won the out-
standing wrestler award in the sectionals for the second
straight yearj, Neil Applebaum and Marty Leventhal
and in the strength of jon Wainer, Russ Brooks and Ned
McDonald provided a solid platform for the numerous
victories. Both Marty Leventhal, wrestling in the 135 lb.
class, and Lou DiFazio, in the 154 lb. class, went un-
defeated in their thirteen regular season matches.
thirteen straightfmet their fatefjust a little bit latef
to recover and run ffor the hills.
The powerful squad defeated the first six schools
it met, completely overwhelming Weston in the opening
home match, 48-5. With a total of eight winning pins,
South's wrestlers won 10 out of the 11 varsity matches.
This, however, was a small victory in comparison to the
ten pins scored on Wakefield later in the season.
Before the seventh match of the season several var-
sity wrestlers were forced out of the competition because
of cauliflower ears. Despite the efforts of the junior var-
sity substitutes, South suffered its first defeat of the sea-
son, 17-26 to Melrose. Back at full strength, the team
showed its power in defeating Ashland, which came to
South boasting twenty-seven straight wins.
In a general view the season this year may seem to
consist only of a succession of glorified victories, but
for the wrestler himself the memories of the daily hours
of agonizing preparation that were behind each match
are just as prominent. For most wrestlers food--the lack
of it-is always a source of conversation.
-Still two pounds overweight? What did you have
"Wheaties" and rasins . . . All 'you're doing is
starving yourself. It's ridiculous. The best way is
to eat normally-just don't eat anything with
any calories in it.
What do you have there now?
-cheese and olive sandwich and a tangerine.
-it's better to starve.
But, the fate of the wrestler is sealed. In fact, a
story has been told that . . .
A quite hungry South wrestler named Tim
Was so terribly, terribly slim
That one horrible day
He 'just floated away
As the coach tossed him out of the gym.
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Row 1: N. Applebaum
B. Estabrooks, M. Leven-
thal, W. Milgroom, L.
Di Fazio, Captain ,' N.
McDonald, J. Wainer, R.
Brooks, G. Tsuimis. Rou
2: J. Dickinson, C. Kol-
ovson, D. Mendelson, T.
Todis, M. Buchine, D.
Hill, F. Vespa, Coach
Kojoyian. Row 3: P.
Isenberg, B. Framson, K.
Chyten, E. Glazier, P.
Dumais, F. Virgilio, J.
Solowsky, B. Frutkoff,
Mazinger. Ron' 4: E.
Mishara, J. Chesarone,
D. Freedman, R. Lepor-
ini, R. Kraft, A. Kojoy-
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The 1967-1968 Lion hockey team, became the first
Newton South Hockey Squad ever to make the State
Tournament. While accomplishing this, the Lions skated
to an 11 win 2 loss and 1 tie record. To the end, the
Lions were in contention for the League Championship,
however a 1-0 loss to Lynnfield in the final game drop-
ped them into third place.
This year's squad, considered to be one of the
strongest the Dual County League has ever seen, featured
two fast skating lines and a hard hitting defense. The
Red Line had Biff Wisner at center, jim Spinks at left
wing, and Jim O'Cbnnor at right wing. This line scored
51 goals and had 56 assists for 67 points during the
regular season. The Gold Line had Ron Nelson centering
for Tom Rezzuti and Gary Mescon. They scored 28
goals and had 27 assists for 55 points. The defensive
pairs were formed by captain Jack Dunningan, Brad
Graham, Al Fraser and Chris Schuft. Combined they
scored 4 goals and had 16 assists for 20 points.
Anchoring the defense in the goal was Dave Roberts.
Roberts recorded 255 saves in 14 games and also had a
1.14 goals per game average. His 255 saves, coupled with
251 last year, and 6 in his sophomore year, allowed him
to attain the 500 career save mark.
The two leading scorers were Biff Wisner and Jim
Spinks. During the regular season Wisner had 13 goals
and 14 assists, and Spinks had 12 goals and 12 assists.
In the All Star-voting, Newton South had six players
selected. Honorable mentions went to jim Spinks and
Ron Nelson, second team all-star went to Dave Roberts
and Biff Wisner, the first team all-star went to Jack
Dunnigan and Tom Rezzuti. Others who contributed to
the success of the team were Andy Schwarz and Warren
Ross. Andy was the Lions penalty killer and Warren
Ross compiled an 0.80 goals-against average in the net
while making 14 saves.
In the state tournament Dave Roberts put forth an
exciting effort in the goal, making over 45 saves. Despite
his efforts, South was overpowered 10-0 It was a humb-
ling climax to a year that brought to Newton South 11
victories and its finest hockey team.
Row 1: D. Roberts, R. Nelson,
I. O'Connor, B. Wisner, 1. Dun-
nigan, CfZj7!cZi7Z,' J. Spinks, A. Fra-
ser, C. Schuft, W. Ross. Row 2:
B. Graham, A. Schwarz, B. Cain,
A. Smiles, B. Rounseville, R.
Finn, K. Quinn. Row 5: Coach
Cuyler: Coach jesdaleg J. De-
laney, L. Wolfson, D. Carpenter,
B. Adams, Mamzgerg C. Henes,
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Row 1: J. Dennis, D. Roth
C. Heard, E. Anderson, C
Backer, L. Shahon. Row 2
M. Malmborg, C. Caruso, J
Corbett, K. Levine, J. Dana
V. Spinks, C. Mason, C. Zion
Row 3: N. Whitmore, M.L
Kiley, C. Fuchs, P. Savage, N
Connolly, P. Savage, D. Wiest
J. Hosmer, M. Duffy.
i enthusiasm, Effort, hardwork
host of newcomers
made up this year's FieldHockeyTeam
Althoughnot toosuccessful pointwisethis year's experience
willgoto contributing better results nextyear.
Row 1: S. Miranda, C. Back-
er, J. Dana, T. Canelos, D.
Wiest, E. Freed. Row 2: D.
Herman, J. Strauss, L. Shahon,
D. Wolfson, C. Levine, K.
Albert, C. Aries, B. Levison.
Row 3: B. Feinstein, E. Riv-
ers. Row 4: K. Simmons.
Sophomores made up more than half of the team,
making this year a time to learn and gain experience in
hard competition-meaning, we were beaten. The team was
faced with such misfortune as a loss by only three one-
hundreths of a point. Seniors Jane Dana, and Sue Miranda,
and Junior Debbie Wolfson provided the core of exper-
ience. Debbie Wolfson received enough points to make her
eligible for competition in the State Meet on the uneven
parallel bars. -
The young team shared its skill and accomplish-
ments at demonstrations and clinics at several elementary
and junior high schools.
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After the second game of this year the basketball
team found itself missing a substantial part of the back-
bone of the team because of broken lingers, torn ligaments
and other assorted and unappreciated aches. However, the
girls bounced back, going on to Win most of their re-
Junior Janet Corbett led the varsity with one hundred
four points followed by Grace Muscarella with seventy-two.
Sophomore whiz Mary Lou Kelly led the junior varsity
with sixty-seven points.
Congratulations should go to those girls for a fine,
Ron' 1: C. Caruso, J. Corbett
G. Muscarella, C, Bonner, E
A man, B. Taub, j. Hosrner. Ron
L. Kiley, C, Fuchs, M. Rosen
V. Aghababian, D. Kwasnick
Needle, P. Sauvage.
Anderson, K. McPhee, J. Ber-
2: P. Savage, C. Phllllps, M.-
1. Aaron, S. Deurchmann, B.
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Talking about my last two years stirs mixed
emotions in me. I know that at times I really
hate South, and everyone and everything in or
connected with it. Maybe that is a natural feeling
for most people, but not for me. I have never
been the type of person who "hated",
But then there are other times. Times when
I feel a deep sense of fulfillment, of true happiness
and satisfactiong of pride and of belonging. It is
these times that make me glad I didn't take the
easy Way out by leaving without giving South a
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problem appears to confuse me. So does the second. So does the third.
Five minutes pass, ten minutes pass. Wildly, I try different combinations,
forgetting all the orderly processes I learned for doing the work. Twenty
minutes to go. I panic, skipping haphazardly from question to question,
guessing an answer here, trying to pick up partial credit there. The test
This school is exceptionally boring
and extremely prejudiced. If you look
around you'll see that the participation
of after school activities consists of
mostly al particular.. religious group.
Anyone else eager to participate would
not really be fully accepted by this
Even if you want to join the after-
school activities, it might be impossible
because of a part time job, so you can
buy some clothes that would look half-
The best time to be at Newton South
is after school hours. During the day the
halls are packed, classes long, and students
are either worried, bored, or just out of it.
After school the halls are empty. They get
darker and cooler as it gets later. Most of
the people left are genuinely interested in
what they're doing. A few, like me, stay
just to convince themselves it's really worth
it to come back tomorrow. Some people don't
come back. They let the long days wear
them out. If they would only stick around
after school for a few days or even one day
they would feel much better. They would
see the face South hides during the day. They
might even find out they can stand finishing
the term and the year.
As a senior, I remember a very
successful Senior Supper, I sense a
more interested class, with enthusiasm
for our projects and activities. I am
looking forward to a Senior Prom that
will compensate for all our past failures.
From what I've heard, the general opin-
ion is that Newton South "stinks". My opin-
ion is that you get out of school just what
you put into it. I'd like to ask those people
who think that this school is so bad how
many football games they have gone to this
fall. I wonder how many of them have ever
gone to a hockey game or a wrestling match,
or how about a basketball game? I'd bet
none of those boys have gone out for any
of these sports, and for the girls, I'd bet
none of them have ever tried out for girls'
basketball or volleyball or cheerleading.
How about clubs, house councils or class
committees? I doubt if these people could
care less about them. I think that if the
people that don't care got a little involved
with school they could and would care. You
see, I know from experience, because I'm
one that thinks school's really an all right
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Days of bells ringing
Most kids enter high
school hoping for popularity,
that is they want to go steady
or have "pleasant associa-
tions" with the opposite sex.
I was fortunate enough to
meet someone for whom I
had an immediate attraction.
She felt mutually. I don't
dare think of what high
school would have been with-
out her. I have been a human
being instead of a self-cen-
tered Newton brat for the
first time in my life. I felt
for somebody else besides my-
self. I was happy for some-
one else, sad for her, thought
for her, and most important
I considered her before my-
self in almost everything we
did. I want to thank her.
Despite its lenient and liberal attitude, Newton South is still a cold
and impersonal school. Teache-rs and students do not communicate enough.
A lessening of discipline without an increase in personal contact between
professor and pupil will not cause the student to "like" the teacher or his
subject more. A teacher should meet with every pupil individually at
length at least once a term.
Teachers may complain that they are underpayed and overworked
anl all of this would merely add to the load. An instructor at Newton
South is a college graduate who most likely, could have gone into an
"easier" and higher-paying profession. Teacher, if I am but a "load" t0
you, baby, you're in the wrong job!
Through the three years
there are many things one
must face and live up to. As
always there is the struggle
for good grades and getting
used to the school and the
amount of students, and get-
ting settled socially which is
highly stressed at South.
There are cliques of all kinds
all over the school that judge
on appearance alone. If you're
not good-looking then you
must have the best clothing
like the other kids in the
cliques. Most of these peo-
ple in the cliques get an un-
usual amount of enjoyment
stepping on everyone else,
pushing and shoving around
as if they had to prove some-
thing to somebody.
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kids' is that they work not for
themselves but for their pa-
rents. Because if you don't
get good grades, poof! Away
with the car and no more
dates until next term.
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When you first enter high school you are excited because you
have a new opportunity both socially and academically. High school is
the place Where you are really going to be learning significant things
and if you did well in Jr. high you expect to do well in high school,
too. The problem is that in high school there is much more tension
than in Jr. high. The important thing is not to learn but to get good
grades for college. College is the dominant factor that makes high
school so much more difficult than Jr. high.
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tented as a result of the civil rights
problem and Vietnam. Perhaps I
am wrong because I find these
things too far away to get extrem-
ly excited about. But sometimes
I feel people who say things are
bad because of Vietnam are using
lt as an excuse.
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Today's world is a turbulent one. Our technology has advanced
faster than our ability to control it. People are sick, starving, dying,
and being killed on an unprecedented scale. The gap between
the 'haves' and the 'have nots' increase daily. Large areas of our
cities are virtually in a state of armed rebellion for several months
of the year. The bloodbath that we call Viet Nam is brought to
us 'live and in color' several times a day.
Yet the people I see in school seem totally unconcerned
about topical problems. The big issues at Newton South center
around who has gotten what part in the spring musical or where
the Senior Prom should be held. While walking through the halls
I see hundreds of people so completely immersed in their own
petty problems that they can neither see, nor respond to, the
miseries and horrors in the lives of others.
The lives we lead in school and out, are so divorced from
the important issues of our day that it is almost as if we lived
in a closed room with mirrors instead of walls. We exist from
Schoolday to Schoolday and from week end to week end in a
little, selfish, bubble-like world that we have created just for our-
selves. In a real way, living in Newton has corrupted our judge-
ments to the extent that we live in a prolonged state of unreality.
It is the wide-spread existence of this kind of life-style that
promoted Rev. Smith during the Drugs Symposium, to call
Suburbia, "the graveyard of the American conscience."
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Each day after school
Quasimodo sits in the library
He has nothing to do
And nowhere to go
No one likes him
Because he is ugly
And he Wears baggy pants
And he carries his books
In a green bag
Quasimodo sits alone
Because no one wants to be
Seen near him
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But Esmeralda thinks
Quasimodo is a big fag.
They laugh at Quasimodo
And when they laugh
Quasimodo's eyes fill with tears
So they laugh harder
All except Esmeralda
Who feels sorry but
Still thinks he is a fag.
My first impressions of Newton South
seem trivial now-corridors, more corridors,
and people filling them to capacity. Other
things which impressed me were assigned
seats in long, uniform rows, and quiet studies.
Newton South seemed as cold and imper-
sonal as a factory.
At graduation I know 1,11 cry. I feel like crying
now when I think about it. I'll kiss all the kids I
know and get all their addresses and leave them
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Teachers can be placed in two catagor-
ies: the old teacher who constantly reports
disturbances in the corridorsg and the young,
cool, suave teacher who is usually responsible
for the disturbances in the corridors.
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boredom of History to the useless boredom of French to the soporific
boredom of English.
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Freedom. Freedom to come to school
late, if you have a car to get to school in.
Freedom to leave school early, unless you
have detention for being late. Freedom to
wear what you want, as long as you are not
afraid of being ranked, or laughed at. Free-
dom to wear your hair long, at the risk of
having your head kicked in.
You have freedom at Newton South.
You can walk on either side of the corri-
dors, sign out of noisy studies to the haven,
the library, and then be snapped at, yelled
at, and treated like kindergarten children.
You can select the courses you want, as
long as your parents, your subject teachers
present and future, your guidance counse-
lors, and prospective colleges approve. And
you can express your own opinions, as long
as you don't yell too loudly.
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I have what I want inside me- it doesn't
depend on Newton South-so I've used this
school and I shall abandon it callously.
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The most significant advance that
Newton South has made in the last
three years is the considerable
amount of freedom that has been
granted to the students. This single
element has allowed the school to
go far beyond the obsolete conserva-
tism that can be observed in the ma-
jority of teaching intitutions in this
Newton South puts extremely
lenient demands on its students as
far as dress and appearance in gen-
eral. Students are consequently al-
lowed to exhibit their individual
tastes and feelings through their
appearance. Hair lengths and skirt
lengths are not restricted by the ad-
ministration but are determined en-
tirely by the students themselves. This
allows the students to socially mature
and grow freely, as they should ideal-
ly be allowed to. This also decreases
the tension between students and fac-
Playing football in 900 or in 1 foot of
snow does tend to demand more of you than
you can give, but in the end you can say, I did
something for my school and am not afraid to
endure pain for it. This is a feeling only those
who go through it can express.
I remember my first step into the front
door of Newton South High. I was never
so scared in my entire life. I remember stand-
ing in this huge school amazed at what I was
seeing. I had never been in such a big beau-
tiful school before. I thought about all the
new people I was going to come in contact
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PATRICIA BETH ABRAMS
91 Littlefield Rd.
Goodwin "Patti", "Patrish"
"Life can hold no greater trea-
sure than tlze friends whose love
I'm crazy about! Hamburgers,
movies, and certain people.
Greatest ambitioni To under-
stand myself, my parents, and
I'll never forget! Summer of
'67, Pan's, Tuft's nite, and Mike.
I leave to NSHS2 A wishful
A.F.S. 1, Denebola Ad Staff 2,
French Club 2, 3, Senior Sup-
per, Senior Prom Committee.
130 Arnold Rd.
46 Marcellus Drive
"Good losers don't win."
I'll never forgetl Downing the
cool ones and playing the ten-
nis circuit with some great kids
in the summer of '67.
Funniest momentt When Cuds
didn't quite jump the net.
I leave to NSHSZ Three great
teachers-Mr. Slater, Mr. Frank
and Mr. Jesdale.
Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, Capt. 2,
Hockey Manager 2, 3, Denebola
3, Cutler Rep. 3, Homeroom
Manager 3, Intramurals 1, 2.
60 Levbert Road
Cutler "Kenny", "Pittz"
6 Trowbridge St.
To the teachers of NSHS, thanks
for three great years. For the
most part, the teachers of NSHS
were very considerate and under-
standing to me. I'm fortunate to
have gone to such a modern
school as NSHS. I will always
remember all of my classmates
HELEN A. ALMAN
17 Tamworth Rd.
"For the preaching of the cross
is to them that perish foolish-
ness, but unto us which are
saved, it is the power of God."
I'll never forget! My best year,
'67 including March 4, April 21,
and May 2, with my Carl.
I hope NS continues to revive.
God have mercy on it. And on
those left to preach the word.
J.V. Basketball 1, Girls' Chorus
1, A.F.S. 2, Folk Music 2, Sail-
ing Club 2, Marching Band.
"The end of nzan is knowledge,
but there is one thing he can't.
He can't know whether know-
ledge will kill him or save him."
Favorite expression! 'gExcel-
I leave to NSHSI My brain to
the Biology Department.
Bridge Club and Team 1, 2, 3,
Cutler House Council 1, 3,
French National Honor Society
2, 3, Harvard Book Prize, Sen-
ior Class Committee, Senior
337 Winchester St.
Illl always rememberi Halloween
of '66 and that pumpkin, my
Senior year because of the Com-
mon's Room with its crazy
I leave to NSHS! My girlfriend
coming next year.
Prophecy! Within the next twen-
ty years this school will have
sunken into the swamp.
PAUL STUART ALPERT
6 Fairhaven Rd.
"I am ,the master of my fate, I
am the captain of my soul."
I'Il' never forgeti Playing lotto
in. Mr. Silverman's history class.
What would happen if! Mr.
Goldman wore a toupee to
I leave to NSHS! Circles for
getting into and lighted tennis
Class Committee 1, 2, House
Committee 1, 3, Math Club 2,
3, Math Team 3, Regulus Pub-
licity Ed. 3.
ELLEN MARIE ANDERSON
56 Woodcliff Rd.
"The essential thing in life is
not conquering but fighting
I'll never forget! Room 1210.
Associates Council 3, President
of G.A.A. 3, Basketball 1, 2,
3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Field Hoc-
key 3, Badminton 1, 2, Track
2, 3, Leader Corps 3.
51 Bernard St.
Cutler "Karen", "Andy"
"I can never love as I have
loved and yet I know not why,'
it is the one great woe of life
to feel all feelings die. There
art no greater pain."
I'11 never forget! Jan. 28, 1966,
summer of ,66, that summer
place, 128, the Cape, Alpha Eta
Sigma, my parking meter and
What would happen ifi We ever
had a double wedding, huh
Pet peevei Being called Roberta.
Child Care Work Study 3.
SARAH J. ANDERSON
77 Elinor Rd.
"You give but little when you
give of your possessions. It is
when you give of yourself that
you truly give."
I'll never forget! F.O.M.A., my
colorful junior year, right Bun?
But most of all Tony's greatest
Cutler House Rep. 1, 2, Junior
Class Comm.g Junior Class De-
corations Chairmang Regulus Cir-
culation Staff 1, 2, Leader Corps
23 Youth Center 2, 3, Home-
Room Manager 3, Pep Squad,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
15 Cavanaugh Path
Cutler "Top Kat" "Kath"
"I'll put a girdle 'round the
eartlz in forty minutes."
I'll never forget! Mr. Rudman's
U.S. History Classesg HoJog
always remember our "R" of
Spanish Club 3g French Club 1,
3g A.F.S. 1, 3, Senior Supper 3.
if pw 'X
RICHARD D. ARDUINO
28 Mountfort Rd.
Goodwin "Weird Arda"
I'll never forgetl The train,
R.L., N.H. and knock knee
I leave to NSHS2 Bumpy, my
2+2, 599 broken-hearted girls,
coke bottle, 5,000 feet of rub-
ber, and one head rest.
Favorite Sayingsi "That's Bad",
"Hey Rub, Mac wants you",
"Lank's Love Call", "Wow",
Advice to Sophst You get too
soon old and too late smart.
32 Chatham Rd.
"The world is a looking glass,
and gives hack to every man
the reflection of his own face."
I'lI never forgeti April 29, '67,
N.S., S.A.T. tutoring lessons, A
Place in the Sun, "George",
Charles River, P.N., April 1,
A.F.S. l, 2, 3, Denebola Ad
Staff, Folk Music Club 1, 2,
Musical 2g Senior Supper, House
NANCY GAYE ANDLER
112 Cedric Rd.
"Without love and laughter
there is no life."
I'll never forget! "GEORGE,"
"The Look," Ho Jo's at 6230
a.m. with C.J.K., E.A., and L.L.,
J.C.'s cheese sandwiches, sum-
mer of '67, L.F., A.H.
What would happen ifi There
was a February 30th?
Drama Guild, Girls' Chorus,
148 Winchester St.
"Two roads diverged in a wood,
and I, I took the one less tra-
veled by, and tlzat made all
What would happen if: Snoopy
killed the Red Barron?
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3g French Club 1,
2, 3g French National Honor
Society 2, 33 Regulus Copy Staff
Season's greetings from O'Brien's Funeral Home
Ve? JEANETTE CELIA ARONSON
87 Boulder Rd.
i was pushed through and
it was hard
to turn my head to see beyond
i hardly felt a thing while
my hair tangled 'round shin-
Cand . . .D and my grin warped
I winced so Cthatj
when my eyes reopened there
lots of PEOPLE
I gasped cried said shrieked
"Help! See all the students
going along through the gilded
29 Parker Ave.
"Let tomorrow be, for it is
always soon today!"
I'm crazy about: Week-ends.
I leave to NSHS2 Among other
things, my grades
Claim to fame! Spring fever.
Favorite sayingi "No big thing"
22 Louise Rd.
"I know there's something much
more, something even non-be-
Iievers can believe in . . ."
I'll always rememberi Two ex-
tremely different types of high
schools, old friends, new friends,
weekends in Mattapan, week-
ends in Montreal, and all the
things and people who have
helped me decide who I am
and have helped me try to find
"something much more."
94 Ridge Rd.
Life is like a mud puddle
Only pigs enjoy it.
131 Wallace St.
came a diamond?
"It is better to light one candle
than to curse the darkness."
What would happen if! I,be-
I'l1 never forget! Aug. 6 '66,
Aug. 18 '66, May 19 '67, the
Friday night escapades, the ring
in the ocean and everyday so
I love J on, Chargers., S.P., Tuska,
N.Y., blue, our spot, and his
DIANE RUTH AXELROD
30 East Quinobequin Rd. I
Goodwin "Di", "DiDi"
"Memory is the golden bridge I
that keeps our hearts in touch I
with all long past yesterdays 1
and the things we loved so 1?
I'll never forgeti David, sum-
mer of '67, the crazy foursome, '
pool at Campus with Sha, Nov. 1
15, 1967, Skiing at Mittersill. l
Class Committee 3, French Club '
2, 3, Spanish Club 3, F.T.A.
13 Leader Corps 33 Regulus 1
Copy Staif 3, Senior Supper,
1 Senior Prom.
It wasn't Kosher? i
23 Fox Hill Rd.
GERALD P. BARBONI
70 Oakdale Rd.
Cutler "Gerry" "Bone"
"The South shall rise again."
I leave to NSHS: Two young-
Blue Squad 1, 2, Skiing Club.
32 Miller Rd.
May the Newton South High
School Forum continue for many
years, with knowledgeable stu-
dents attending each lecture.
Math Team l, 2, 3, Math Tu-
torg South High Forum.
MARJORIE MARY BARBOUR
35 Hanson Rd.
"God grant rne the serenity to
accept things I cannot changeg
the courage to change the things
I can and the wisdom to know
I'll never forgetr That one night
at Tony's in Bartholemew, Camp
Oceola and my bucket, N.C.'s
weekend party and the weekend
of Oct. 19, '67.
Favorite saying! You'd better'l1
I am crazy aboutr That certain
Workstudy Child Care 3.
65 Hartman Rd.
I'll never forgeti All of those
afternoons spent at my second
What would happen if! Ernie
were to become the principal?
Homeroom Manager 1, 2, 3g
Wheeler House Council 3g
Wheeler House Lounge Chair-
mang J.J.B.D.M. 23 Tennis lg
Blue Squad 1, 2g Senior Prom,
Senior Supperg Intramurals 2, 3.
SUSAN MARIE BAROOSHIAN
809 Boylston St.
A meaningful memory! One
beautiful spring day and a lone-
ly purple flower in the alley
CR. D. BJ.
I'll never forget! The day we
sat on the rock. I sure hope
there's a heaven for ants. fB.B.J.
My greatest frustration! Sue F.
and all her loves. Paul, I'll al-
ways remember Angelo and the
"gutter". The Beacon Terrace,
"up the cottage" and one cer-
tain day at Shirley's. "I love
you more than I did yesterday
and less than I will tomorrow."
. . And your eyes-your eyes are like the stars . .
NANCY H. BARROW
36 Cannon St.
"Things past belong to memory
alone, things ,future are the pro-
perty of hope."
I'll never forgetf Evelyn, the
route, Skinny, 4130 A.M., Iron
Mountain House, Summer nights
'67 with Mustang Sally, Novie,
Speedy's shipwreck, Motown.
French Club lg A.F.S. l, 23
Sailing Club 23 Senior Supper.
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3 Van Roosen Rd.
"Never put off till tomorrow an
experience you can have today."
I'll never forgeti Fall afternoons
and evenings '67,
J.V. Football lg Varsity Foot-
ball 33 Intramural Basketball lg
Wrestling lg Denebola Staff 25
Senior Promg Senior Supper.
Stick with me, baby, and I'll make you a star!
ALAN JAY BERKOWITZ
140 Vine St.
"Must we in all things look for
the how, and the why, and the
I leave to NSHSZ Rufus and
What would happen ifi Joe slept
home for a week, Nibs got a
I'll never forget! Wingo, Morse's
Wheeler House President 3, Var-
sity Basketball 2, 3, French Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, As-
sociates Council 3, Wheeler
House Council 1, 2, 3, Intra-
mural Basketball 1, 2, 3.
350 Woodward St.
Cutler "R. F. B.", "Berk"
Good luck to Uncle Bill. I sin-
cerely recommend he resume
the job of directing the N.C.C.
It was a rather uneventful sum-
mer without his master hand
controls. Seeing a huge fat wo-
man in his place was a rather
large shock. Personally, I pre-
fer the lesser of the two evils.
The preceding was an unpaid
political announcement sponser-
ed by. C.B.D. News Photo Ser-
Audio Visual Service, Stage
CYNTHIA ANNE BEARD
132 Middlesex Rd.
"Talent is best nurtured in sol-
Favorite Pastimer Walking on
the beach in Narragansett, R.I.
Found at! Brown University.
Favorite saying! Excuse me?
Known for! Sarcasm and a
Pet peeve! People -who chew
Wheeler House Council 1, 2, 3,
Associates Council 1, 2, Junior
and Senior Class Committees,
School Musical 1, 2.
LAUREN SUE BERLY
149 Christina St.
"Friendship is to be valued for
what there is in it, not for what
can be gotten out of it."
I'll never forget! Jan. 28, 1967,
Sparkie, Sorority, Summer nites,
Men's undershirts, Some very
special friendships, "Cherish."
Denebola 2, 3, French Club 1,
2, 3, Student Lounge 2, 3, F.T.
A. 1, Drama Club 1, Sailing
Club 2, Senior Supper, Moose
EDWARD D. BEAN
259 Varick Rd. it
"Veni, Vidi, Vici."
I'll never forget! The night
M.G. ran into the tree and M.L.
got his name.
Wheeler House Council 1, 2, 3,
Ski Club, Sailing Club, Leader
Corps 3, Blue Squad 2, 3, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3.
MARY ANN BELDESZEK
1117 Chestnut St.
"The finest things in life, one
can never see."
Pet Peevet N.S.E.P.
I'll never forgeti Those Friday
nights, M.C., Story night with
Willey, Turkey night with P.M.,
L.P. and Fish Face, the talks
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2,
3, Field Hockey 1, 2, Volley-
ball 1, G.A.A. Vice President
3, Regulus 2.
-33 Sheldon Rd.
Goodwin "Jeff", "J.B."
hE Cjust anyonebuteveryone
all with minds
they may say
ranking and scoring
Y oU iso lookinthemirror
235 Hartmann Rd.
KARL A. BISSEX
208 Woodward St.
I leave to NSHSI My father to
teach many happy Sophomores.
What would happen ifi Lean
One lost weight?
164 Quinobequin Rd.
"The beginning of wisdom is the
fear of the Lord."
My sincere thanks and good wis-
hes to all of the people, teachers
and students, who have had a
part in making the last three
years so wonderful and reward-
ing an experience.
62 Westgate Rd.
"Live each day to the fullest!"
I'1l never forgeti European Sum-
mer '67, Timba and Fag, K.S.
in and out of Venice, bebe, Sun-
shine Girl and Mt. Snow Ski
Patrol and Chip, Raynace, New
Year's Eve '66, Matoaka, Wa-
ban, Wyndham, Carpe Diem?,
Denebola News and Features
Staffs 1, 2, Tennis Team 3,
Regulus Literary Staff 3, Junior
50 Farina Rd.
"Patience is the best remedy
for every trouble."
I'll never forget! That weekend
at Bowdoin with Mr. Goldman.
Homeroom Manager 2, 3,
French National Honor Society
2, 3, Ski Club 1, French Club
2, A.F.S. 2.
ROBERT ALAN BLANK
94 Stanley Rd.
Wheeler "Bob", "Animal"
I'l1 never forget! The summer
of '67 with all the gang in Mon-
Favorite Pastimef Going out
to Medford to see L.W. with
Favorite Saying! Good morning
Maybe Mr. Card will someday
know where I'm going.
Inter-Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football
1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2.
STEVEN PAUL BLINDER
15 Kendall Rd.
I found my three years at NSHS
not only extremely enjoyable,
but also most rewarding. I feel
that Newton South has helped
to give me a broader view of
the surrounding world than I
could have hoped to achieve
anywhere else . . I will always
remember, with great fondness,
through the years, the wonder-
ful three years I spent in Latin
under Miss Ashley.
971 Boylston St.
Cutler "Mitch", "Jolly Green"
"The stairway to heaven is a
hard one, so take the escalator."
I leave to NSHSI Fifteen study
Sophomore Class Committee,
Soccer 1, 2, Senior Supper, Sen-
20 Jules Ter.
"Frienrlsl1ip may and often does
subside into love, but love never
I'll never forget! Summer of
"67", a certain tennis player,
the number "Z", and Mike.
Fondest memoriesi Those great
times with Bob, and those three
great years with Gary.
I leave to NSHS2 My Italian
French Club, Senior Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Supper Commitee.
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BETTY ANN BLUM
ll Howe Road
Wheeler S'Betty B"
"Cleverness is not a substitute
I'll never forget! Bobbi, Iota
Phi, Lil's advice, being lost in
Vermont with Brock and Justin,
Hell nite with Carol, my head,
M.G.'s bad luck, summer of '67,
R.B.J.B.L.H., The road, The "B"
can, Mustang fastbacks, and run-
ning away at B.C.
French Club, Blue Squad, Dene-
bola, Senior Prom, Senior Sup-
per, Wheeler House Comm. Ski
DAVID A. BLOHM
142 Jackson St.
Advice to alll It's later than
I'll never forgeti The "zoo"
CM.T., D.H.,?J S.A.R. Conven-
tion ,67, S.A.R., Gerry, Andy,
Mark, and Amy.
What would happen if! The
grapevine ceased to exist?
I leave to NSHSI Little Blohm.
Golf Team 1, 2, 3, Marching
Band 1, Senior Supper.
160 Lake Ave.
"I have fought a good fight, I
have finished my course, I have
kept the faith."
I'll never forgeti Cheerleading,
F.O.M.A., B.S.'s, V.P.'s, the
G.T.'s and the G.M., my great
success, the poem about death,
subs with C.S., the Lions I
cheered for and all the Raiders.
Cheerleading Captain, Leader
Corps, Field Hockey, Basket-
ball, Volleyball, Cutler House
Council 1, Regulus Circulation
Staff, Blue Squad, Senior Supper,
57 Westgate Rd.
no matter what."
and the sophomore girls.
and a lot of good times.
100 Selwyn Rd.
Goodwin "Mitch" "Ben"
"Cool it, for the world goes on
I'll never forget! Aug. 20, '67,
I leave to NSHS: School Spirit
Math Club 1, 2, 3, Duplicate
Bridge Club 1, 2, 3, Investment
Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3,
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Foot-
ball 3, I.V. Baseball 2, Blue
34 Andrew St.
"Glory be to God for dappled
The hours of homework, "re-
faires", ' "Geraniums", broken
beakers, triangles, stacks of
books and Foreign Legion all
constitute my disjointed reminis-
cences of high school.
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, French Club 2,
3, Science Club 3, Musical 2,
Orchestra 2, 3, French National
Honor Society, Regulus Publicity
2, Data and Literary Staffs 2, 3,
Medically Related Fields 2,
PAUL A. BLOOMBERG
20 Kappius Path
Stories come and travel on
nights spent with memory
friends close their eyes and lis-
ten with sympathy each one of
them has a tale as the table
fills with dreams outside on the
street it's only as it seems for
those who went to pray to any-
thing that promises always to
be the same and never leave
them behind like life when it
must change outside on the
street it never is the same.
34 Stearns St.
"Beware lest you lose the sub-
stance while pursuing after its
What would happen if! There
were no traffic jams between
Wheeler and Goodwin?
I'll never forgetr All the fun I
had, the kids I met, and all the
shows I saw while ushering at
the Back Bay Theatre.
I leave to NSHS2 Eight more
senior classes, and a thousand
120 Selwyn Rd.
760 Boylston St.
I am crazy aboutl Winning bas-
ketball games, school lunches,
and Miss Silk's English class.
Prophecy: Within the next five
years, Newton South will win
the Tech tourney.
Basketball 1, Varsity 2, 3, Boys'
Leader Corps, Intramurals.
43 Nickerson Rd.
"T he tlzree great essentials are
something to do, something to
love, and something to hope
I'll never forget! ARG, MU-
SHY, BRUCE'S summer house,
and my Kawasaki.
What would happen ift Jeff
went to an all boys' school or
A1 went to agricultural school?
Basketball 1, Varsity Basketball
DENISE M. BRODWYN
750 Chestnut St.
Wheeler "Stan", "Turt",
"People play their so-called
roles, so does life, and so little
beauty is noticed while the roles
Fondest memoriesi Mell and
Peoples and good times, goods,
thoughts, B, and fantasy world.
Pet Peevel Time, labels, P.E.,
135 Rosalie Rd.
"If you have one true friend,
you have more than your
I'l1 never forgeti The great times
with S.C., J.C., L.S. and M.T.,
December 27, 1966, and the
summer of ,67.
What would happen if! The
Strat House were no longer
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Cutler House Ouncl ' FUA CMM you liar, Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
Regulus Advertising Staff 2.
r . . . And then we stopped off at the Junior Prom.
241 Greenwood St.
"Life is a tragedy for those wlzo
feel, and a comedy for those
Ifll always remember! The great
times with her and "The Ton".
I leave to NSHS2 My G.T. 350.
J.V. Football 1, 2, Varsity Foot-
ball 3, Wrestling 1, J.V. Tennis
1, Varsity Tennis 2, 3, Intra-
mural Basketball 1, Intramural
Wrestling 1, Junior Prom Comm.
2, Cutler House Council 1.
JEFFREY A. BROWN
17 Stetson Way
"The broad-backed lzippopota-
Rests on his belly in the mud.
Although he seems so firm to
He is only flesh and blood."
Regulus Sports Ed., "The Silver
Whistle", "The Sand Box",
House Council 2, Class Com-
mittee I, J.V. Baseball 1, Blue-
prints, Northeastern District
Band 2, 3, Golf 2.
39 Scotney Rd.
"It's better to light one candle
than to curse the darkness."
I'll never forget! Mr. Verdun's
comedy chemistry hour, it's use-
less to fabricate.
Someday the N.S.I.C. group will
own a Rolls Royce.
Advice to Sophomoresi Use
your time wisely.
Investment Club 1, V.P. 2,
Pres. 3, Debating Society 1,
Chess Club I, 2, 3, Chess Team
3, All-Newton Bowling League
2, 3, Senior Class Rep.
144 Clark St.
PETER G. BURRows
137 Elgin si.
101 Adeline Rd.
"A man's reach should exceed
I'll never forgeti My "trip" to
What would hapepn if! When
I took the eye test, the apple
were on the table?
Prophecy! NSHS will be a Class
A school within live years.
I leave to NSHS! One brother
and one more coming.
Stage Crew 1, Bowling 2, 3.
74 Circuit Ave.
"God moves in a mysterious way
His wonders to performg
He plants his footsteps in the sea
And rides upon the storm."
Advice to Sophomoresr "Be
wisely worldlyg be not worldly
Future Teachers of America 2,
3g Local History 1g Concert
"If you can keep your head Peace
wlzen all about you are losing Peace
theirs and blaming zt on you Peace
. . . then you'll be a man my Peace
I'll never forgeti The Cardinal P9066
dressing room after '67 series, 1139009
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M.L. and M.S. are the weakest Peace
human bein s I've ever met.
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I'll never forget! Last New
Year's and the old orange car.
Senior Supper, Math Club 2, 33
Wheeler Recreation Comm., I.V.
Football lg Intramurals Foot-
ball l, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 33
Softball 1, 2.
ANNA MARIA CANTERA
20 Carlisle Place
Work-Study program in Math
Department 7208 with Mr. Man-
hard and Miss Roman 3208. I
have enjoyed working with
them. I had three wonderful
years in NSHS and I think it's
a beautiful school.
SUZANNE HOPE CANNER
29 Reservoir Ave.
He's thrust into the red-
brick tempest. To allay his
vague apprehensions of the un-
known, he regards himself with
a new found importance. He
finds another worldful of
peoples who share the same
crisis, ignorances, loves. He sees
himself taking form, fighting
form. As the form begins to
define itself, he's shoved out,
knowing a bit more what he
knows, know-a lot more what
Regulus Editor-in-Chiefg A.F.S.g
Tennisg Assoc. Coun., Latin
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PHYLLIS A. CANTELMI
404 Langley Rd.
"To know him is to love him."
I'1l never forgeti Summer of '65,
the "stone wall", "You're safe
in the hands of All State", get-
ting sea sick on the "Kathy
Ann". I'm crazy about! My
certain "Him", Corvettes, gor-
geous eyes, summer nites, the
991 Dedham St.
"Love and war are the same,
strategies and policies are af
allowable in one as the other.
I'll never forgeti Junior year
and Meatball, summer of '67,
the gang, three in one, red lan-
terns, Friendly's, book-ends, the
worm, and baseball.
What would happen ifi I had
Frencn Club 1, 2g Drama Guild
1, 2, 3, Junior Promg Regulll-9
Circulation Staffg Senior Supper?
PATRICIA L. CARLIN
212 Greenwood St.
"The only way to have a friend
is to be one."
What would happen ifi I came
to school late or got a yellow
My greatest ambition isi To
become a kindergarten teacher.
I leave to NSHS1 The traffic jam
between Wheeler and Goodwin.
A.F.S.5 Future Teachers of
Americag Senior Supperg Home-
room Managerg "Little Mary
2. ,,f, 3
16 Park Drive
"Love is something so divine,-
Description would but make it
'Tis what I feel, but can't define,
'Tis what I know, but can't
I'll never forgeti The Rock,
Jan-Baby, no brakes, being a
playlady, "sale vieux homme",
A.F.S.5 Folk Musicg Musicalg
Junior Rep.5 Youth Centerg
Denebola Ad5 Regulus Ad.
l didn't mean to swallow your contact lcns.
JOHN J. CARROLL
678 Boylston St.
"When you walk through a
stormy hold your head up high.
. . . And you will never walk
I'll never forgetf The summer
of '67, a pair of crutches, and
a tennis court.
House Council 25 Class Commit-
tee 2, 35 Stage Crew 15 In-
tramural Basketball 2, 3g Blue
Squad 2, 3g Senior Supperg
34 Pilgrim Rd.
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74 Oak Hill St.
"Everyone is a moon, and has
a dark side which he never
shows to anybody."
What would happen if! My
friends lost what they've had
for 17 years?
It seems to me? L.M. has been
17 years old for an awfully
Basketball 1, 2, 35 Blue Squad
l, 2, 35 Homeroom Manager 1,
25 Intramural Wrestlingg Invest-
ment Club 1.
JUDITH R. CHARNESS
92 Upland Ave.
"The essential thing in life is not
conquering but fighting well
I'll never forget! Summer of '67
in California with Lynne, great
times in Frisco with Jeff, Aug
5, '67 at my house, "522", and
the soggy night at GIC'S.
Fondest memoriesr Those wild
dates with that odd Couple
huh, Rhon? and TBEB.
I leave to NSHSI My Italian
paiszmo and a certain scooter
Denebola Representative 2
French Club 2, 35 Senior Sup
per, Senior Prom.
992 Chestnut St.
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21 Wyman St.
15 Buff Circle
"I got by with a little help
from my friends."
"Life's but a walking shadow,
a poor player
That struts and frets his hour
upon the stage,
And then is heard no more,' it
is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound
. . . And if you turn in another test like this, I'll use you
as a puck.
8 Varick Rd.
Advice to Sophomores and Jun-
iors! Don't look back!
102 Thurston Rd.
109 Oak Hill St.
I'll always remember! The
hypocrital way Southls adminis-
tration looks upon Fraternities
Good luck-Jeanie and Captain.
Audio Visual Squad 1, 2, 35
Work Study 3.
BEVERLY RUTH COHEN
18 Ridgeway Ter.
Goodwin "Bev", "Bevi"
"Many young people, it is true,
do not seem to value freedom.
But some of us still believe that
without freedom, human beings
cannot become fully human and
that freedom is therefore su-
Chess Club 1, 2, President 3g
Senior Class Comm.g Goodwin
House Council 2, Debating
"Today is the tomorrow that I
worried about yesterday."
I'l1 never forgett Those great
football games when Jeff would-
n't take our pictures and Mrs.
Blackburn's Junior G Block Eng-
I leave the NSHS: A locker full
of crumbled papers, beat up
socks, a decrepit gymsuit and
three years of wonderful mem-
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3g Goodwin House
Council 33 Regulus Publicity
Staff 2, Regulus Circulation 3.
BURTON JOSEPH COHEN
1 Newbrook Circle
"It's crackers to slip a rozzef
with a dropsy in snide."
"Nothing to get hung about."
"In memory of P.G.B."
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3g Ski Club 2, 33
Cutler House Council 1, Folk
25 French National Hon0r
Society, Current Events Club 25
Youth Center Committee.
Music Club 2, 33 Stage Crew 1,
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pirnsmvn LESLIE COHEN
1 78 Clifton Rd.
, "In inhnite time, in infinite mat-
, ter, in infinite space, is formed
if a bubble organism, and that
Q, bubble lasts awhile and bursts
' and that bubble is I."
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, French Club 2,
, 3, Spanish Club 23 Denebola
i Copy Staff 3, Senior Supper.
MARTIN ALAN COHEN
191 Spiers Rd.
Hundreds of hours of my life
were spent amidst these Halls
of my LIFE.
I took French. I took Math. I
now KnoW the Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus.
I will soon go to some college,
and will half-heartedly pursue
my whole-hearted search
for the fundamental reason
behind the Fundamental
Theorem of Calculus.
I think that's what I mean.
STEPHANIE ALYN COHEN
26 Westminster Rd.
"The bitter and the sweet come
from the outside, the hard from
within, from one's own efforts.
For the most part I do the things
which my own nature drives me
"What is the worth of anything,
But for the happiness 'twill
I'll never forgetr "That a true
Friend is forever a Friend,"
Expo, Summer of '67, that
SUSAN J. COHEN
447 Dudley Rd.
"It's what you think that makes
the world seems sad or gay to
you,' your mind may color all
things gray, or make them
I'1l never forgetr My first two
summers down the Cape, Terry,
nights out, summer '67, people
and parties, that night at G.P.'s
house, sophomore dances and
Ski Club lg French Club 1'
l foggy night, motorgating, bands
and those rainy times.
French Club 1, 2, 3, Regulus
, Art Staff 3g A.F.S. 1, 2, 33
l Senior Supper, Fall Play 3.
Bridge Clubg F.T.A. 1, 24 Reg:
ulus Ad Staff 2g Senior Supperg
Denebola Copy Staff.
SARAH B. COHEN
25 Olde Field Rd.
Goodwin "Sarita", "Chiquita"
"Man is born to live, not to
prepare for life."
I'll never forget! Last night,
huh Ross? Williamsville and the
gang, Mustang Sally, Dunther,
the PR's and my 17th birthday
present-Oct. 17, '67,
I leave to NSHSI Che, Ally, Di,
and the little Co. Polch. Leader
Corps 1, 3g Library Clubg Good-
win House Council, Ski Club.
Yeah, but wait till they jump up!
EMILY JO COLEMAN
42 McCarthy Rd.
Goodwin "Em", "Emmy"
"Try to remember when life
was so tender . . ."
It's nice to rememberi May 20
1966, Garcia, the red apart-
ment, Pouncy, MY PARTY,
June 2, 1967, the mustard door,
riding around till 3230 A.M.
August 4, 1967, Sab, Irving
George, and B-101.
What would happen ifi Arthur
really did show up?
F.T.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 3g Senior
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16 Walsh Rd.
I'll never forgeti Summers of
'66 and '67, the parking lot,
"Berg," Walla and all his
friends, homeroom and Mr.
What would happen ifi He ever
did anything about it, huh Kath?
Don't forget our double wedd-
I'm crazy about! Big Brown
Favorite Saying! C'est la vie!
I leave to NSI-IS! Berg, Dill,
FRANCIS H. COOCH
23 Spring Lane
"First there was nothing,
then came the Stone Age,
For William Tell, you're a pretty miserable shot! then the Bronze Age,
29 Dorcar Rd.
Wheeler "Mike," "Miguel"
"A little nonsense now and then
is relished by the wisest men."
Prophecy! Some day Mr. Petril-
lo will run out of jokes.
I'll never forget! Cards at
C.H.C.C., Wheeler House
Football 2g Basketball Manager
1, Intramural Basketball 1, 2,
3g Intramural Football 3, Key
Club 2, Blue Squad 33 Regulus
Ad Staff 3, Wheeler House
Lounge Committeeg Senior Prom
and the Dark Age,
a Middle Age,
and now comes the Space Age -
Space is nothing, so we're
right back where we started
154 Langley Rd.
"Winning isn't everything but it
beats anything that comes in
I'll never forget: The Scooter
leaning into the turns.
I leave to NSHS1 The Starr
Boys to carry on the tradition
What would happen if! R.O.
and I.M. ever got in the ring?
What about W. and the cramps?
Great Couples! A.S. and T.
Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3g Varsity
Tennis 1, 2, 3g State Champs
'67, '68 Taste?
154 Langley Rd.
"Show me a good loser and l'll
show you a loser."
I'll never forget! All those great
summers at I.A.
Greatest thrill! K. Pryor an-
noyed, bailing us out at 2 a.m.
Would would happen if! M.S.
and C.M. ever got together?
State Champs Tennis '67, '68?
NANCY M. CONNOLLY
19 Ridge Rd.
"In the long run the pessimisz
may be proved right, but the
optimist has a better time on
Senior Class Committeeg Reg-
ulus SP0rts Staff 39 Circulation
2, 35 Musical 2, 3g Arts Festival
2, G.A.A. Board 25 Field
5-Iockey 2, 3 g French Club 1,
JOAN I. CONWAY
105 Osborne Path
"Each man's opinion freely is
his own concerning anything or
I'll never forget! Coincidences,
The Brookline Police, 3 hob-
bies, the gardens at Expo,
Tschad, pushing Linus, D.S.K.,
Even the bad times are good,
B.C. parties and The Great
24 Summer St.
"Children .begin by loving their
parentsg as they grow older
they judge them, sometimes they
I'll never forget! The summers
of '66 and '67 with all my
little "Kampers", the time I
made candy apples and a cer-
tain model airplane class.
JANE ELIZABETH DANA
35 Littlefield Rd.
"Time is the test of true love."
I'll never forget! R.D.M., March
5, '66, my 'aching teeth, the
weekend with G.S., M.G., R.M.,
a certain navy blue Shelby GT
350, April vacation '66,
Wouldn't it be nice ifl The
Beach Boys song came true?
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Gymnastics
2, 3, Field Hockey 3, Blueprint
2, Regulus 3, Leader Corps 3,
Ski Club 2.
PHILIP M. CRONIN
201 Winslow Rd.
MARVIN C. DANIELS
71 Bow Rd.
"If you give the world your
best, the best will come back to
Regulus Ad Staff, Soccer Team
2, 3, Investment Club 2, 3,
JEAN ELIZABETH CURRIE
5 Nightingale Path
"When, to the sessions of sweet
silent tlzought I summon up re-
membrances of things past, I
sigh the lack of many a thing I
I'll never forget! The summer
of '67, Feb. 30, my junior year,
cheese sandwiches, N.A., C.K.,
and "The Look."
24 Shady Hill Rd.
I'll never forget! Iota, J.K.L.
L.W., the morgue, Fenway, that
night at S.R. with L.M. and
B.W., the summer of '67, my
accident and skiing with L.L.,
voices at 2 a.m., R.A.G.S.,
H.R.L., cape with J.M. volks,
the other half, HEADS fesp.
B.B.3J, and a memory of a
Wheeler House Council 1, 3,
Wheeler Commons Comm. 2, 3,
Junior Prom Comm., Senior
Supper, Ski Club 1, 2.
43 Levbert Rd.
"Little quarrels often prove to
be but new recruits of love."
I'm crazy about: DEMO!
I'll never forgett June 6, '67,
A.S., J.F., D.B., D.H., G.G.,
Clipper, HOWIE!, all the other
kids and the great times we've
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
Ski Club 1, A.F.S. 1, 2.
22 Mechanic St.
The greatest thing you'll ever
learn is just to love and be
loved in return."
I'll never forget! Tommy,
March 11, Summer of '66, Fri.
the 13th and "I'll see you to the
door." The river, I.G.M.S.C.,
Our excursion to the Cape,
Shirli and her baby gorilla,
Room 210, The endless nights
at Richard's, Sept. 6, "The look
Business Work Study 3.
12 Sevland Rd.
"lt is better to be a lion for one
day than a lamb for a hundred
This school is called a country
club school. My only regret is
that I wish my stay here could
have been longer than just two
short years. And with all of this,
I leave to Newton South my
Manager of Varsity Football,
Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, All-
Newton Bowling League 2, 3.
15 Rogers St.
The Marquis DeSade was an
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Indoor
Track 1, 2, 3, Outdoor Track
1, 2, 3, Regulus 3, Denebola 3.
LOREN STEPHEN DAY
414 Woodward St.
I leave to NSI-IS! The fond
writer's memories of my bad
back, my cramp, my brother,
the 51.59 and about ten pens
and pencils which I lent out but
will never get back.
I'll never forget! The school
lunches, the early dismissals
from NSEP and missing the
honor roll by one French grade.
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LINDA F. DEMAIO
44 Carver Rd.
"A person who does not love,
does not live, he is simply dead."
Fondest Memory! Denise, Plum
and gang other than those
LIFE, T.C., J.N., people, getting
Pet Peeve! Bad breath, S.L.,
heavy breathing, clogged sinass,
trips by foot, flying isnot, Sad
Sound Town, Csay it fastl
Scums, my spelling, F.U.A.
124 Rosalie Rd.
"All are but parts of one stu-
pendous whole,' whose body Na-
ture is and God the soul."
Pm crazy about: GIRL
I'll never forgett June '67, Hink,
Clipper, D.A., A.S., J.F., L.S.
and gang, Miss L.
Varsity Track, Intramural Every-
thing, Student Union Coffee
Committee, Pres. of Moose
Glad I thought of it.
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ELLIOT A. DERDAK
39 Larchmont Ave.
I'll never forget! Driver Ed.
with Mr. Brouillette's tales.
I leave to NSHS2 A certain
Favorite saying! "Hey Stuffiel'
What would happen if! South
ever got a swimming pool?
Homeroom Manager 1, Audio-
Visual Service 1, 3, Denebola
Photography 1, Regulus Photo-
graphy 3, Sailing Club 1, Bowl-
ing 2, 3.
15 Margaret Rd.
LINDA M. D'ERCOLE
402 Langley Rd.
"It is better to have loved and
lost than never to have loved
I'll never forget: Expo '67, the
night we totaled the rear fender,
spaghetti dinners, elevator,
Dick's twin, 125, a special
friend, an extra special friend,
the escape, and most of all that
Junior Prom, School Store 2, 3,
Senior Prom, Senior Supper.
242 Waban Ave.
"Nice things come in small
I'll never forget! H.R. with
K.S. and J.C., "Are you really
a senior?" Brigham's, I love itl,
Walla and all his friends and
"Helaine, I don't believe you!"
What would happen if! Miss
Cohen had our H.R. another
Wheeler House Council 2,
Homeroom Manager 3.
SUZANNE MARIE DICARLO
56 Beecher Place
"T he pains of your sadness will
pass as your senses will rise."
I'll never forget: Matta poisette,
2130, Expo '67, '61 chevy, 1285,
Billy, and our gang.
My fondest memory! Feb. 21
and the summer of '67.
My favorite pastimes! Waiting
for the mail, escaping, and loos-
ing my balance.
I leave to NSHS! Little Dino
School Storeg Blue Squadg Senior
Prom, Senior Supper.
BARRY J. DICHTER
114 Country Club Rd.
"He who will conquer must
I'll never forget! Two years of
varsity soccer with "Coach"
Merrill, doing my English at
3200 A.M., the time I won, "one
hell of a class", and N.Y.C.C.
I think I will always remember!
The great kids here at South.
Senior Class Treas., Youth Cen-
ter 1, Treas. 2, Chairman 3g
Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 33 Cutler
Council 1, 2, French Club 25
French National Honor Society
2, 3, Regulus Sales Rep. 2.
16 Bonaire Circle
"You dare your eyes-and ex-
perience a meaning.
You repeat your yes-and all
the things acquire a meaning.
When everything has a meaning,
how can you live anything but
Tomorrow, you will have to
play a much difficult piece-
Tomorrow, when the audience
is beginning to listen for wrong
notes, and you no longer have
me in the wings. Then we shall
see what you can really do."
10 Dwhinda Rd.
Three years of unreal exper-
ience f"0nly once have 1 been
made mute"J intended to culmi-
nate in real decisions fail Cult
was when a man asked me"J
and climax in a Geminian anti-
Climax leaving memories of
good times with Jon, converti-
bling to Leominster, '60 Chevy,
3 mile blizzard walks, Karyn
and immeasurably satisfying and
permanent love t"Who are
You?"J. NSHS receives my con-
dolences on the death of its
23 High St.
Advice! Smile, the air is good
for your teeth.
Most rewarding experience! Col-
orado Outward Bound and
learning to be concerned.
What if I ever stopped Huck
Finning around and flew
Cross Country l, 2, 3g Indoor
Track 1, 2, 33 Wheeler House
Council l, 33 Blue Squad 2.
JOHN E. DIXEY III
23 Stearns St.
Cutler "Dix", "Jack"
I'll never forget! Ca e Cod '67
with my good friend Knick.
What would happen if! People
stopped using cups?
Favorite Pastime: Boshing in
the good times.
Blue Squad 1, 2, 3, Intramural
Football 1, 2, Biology Club 1.
1100 Chestnut St.
"lf you will it, it is no dream."
I'll never forget: 9-0.
J.V. Football lg Varsity Foot-
ball 2, Captain 33 Varsity
Wrestling 1, 2, Captain 3, J.V.
ELIZABETH ANN DOHERTY
1495 Centre St.
"To be loved is merely to be in
a state of perpetual anaesthesia."
I'm crazy about: H.Y. Ca name
to rememberl, July 5, '66.
Illl never forget! L's loud mouth,
a job I'd like to leave.
I leave to NSHSI My yellow
slips, and a wise sister.
1186 Chestnut St.
Memorable momentsi Fall after-
J.V. Football l, 23 Varsity 3,
Intramural Basketball, Intramu-
ral Wrestling 2.
246 Plymouth Rd. '
As I thought about leaving New-
ton South, at iirst I decided to
be selfish and take everything
with me-but then I relentedi I
leave behind a Library Club,
a Math Club, a French Club, a
Music Club, a Science Club, an
A.F.S., a Senior Class Commit-
tee, and assorted teachers, all
slightly used. I take along with
me only what I can carry in
my mind and my year-book
fplus a few papersl. Anyone
who wants old tests, please con-
KAREN A. DREW
7 Shawmut Park
"It is only with the heart that
one can see rightly,' what is
essential is invisible to the eye."
I'll never forgeti Those tennis
games this summer, N.S.E.P.,
its many opportunities, and good
In the midst of all these college
catalogues I wonderi Can the
years to come even come close
to the years gone by?
LAWRENCE F. DULLEA
94 Ripley St.
"It is unwise to look far ahead
in life, for that time will come
when you will regret what you
are wasting now."
I'll never forget! Lank's class,
F.C.A., the summer of '67, the
kids of D.B., the wing-shee,
Clint, Mac, Hank and the girl I
walked through the woods with.
We-zee-ya-now Mr. Neel and
the great kids in 6210 - '67-'68.
Baseball 2, Intramurals, Foot-
ball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2.
JOHN F. DUNNIGAN
77 Erie Ave.
Goodwin "J acki'
"What you have to attempt-to
be yourself. What you have to
pray for-to become a mirror in
which according to the degree
of purity of heart you have at-
tained, the greatest of life will
I'1l never forget! Load, Dill,
Mouse, Razz, Augie, Baby Fat,
Bimbo, Biff, Stinks, Turtle, Nel-
lie, The Shot, Kippy, Bucky
and all those crazy bus rides,
especially to Worcester.
Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, Var-
sity Hockey 1, 2, Captain 3.
62 Winston Rd.
I'll never forget! The fence I
couldn't cut a hole in, going
stand-by to Vermont and May
21, '66, what a day!
Claim to fame! I was in gym
taking a shower when the iire
drill went off!
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Folk
Music Club 1, Denebola Circu-
lation Staff 1, Homeroom Ma-
nager 1, 3, Regulus Circulation
Staff 3, Student Lounge 3.
ANN LOUISE DRINAN I
8 Lakewood Rd. I
"T he earth keeps some vibration 1
going in your heart, and that '
is you. And if the people find
you can fiddle, why, fiddle I
you must, for all your life. I 1
ended up with a broken fiddle, I
a broken laugh, a thousand
memories, and not a single re- I
I'll never forget! GBYSO, Spoon I
River, Mrs. Glick's carrot club,
our magnifica clase de Espanol.
Musical 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 1
2, 3, A.F.S. 2, 3, French Club I
2, 3, Regulus Data Staff 3. 1
1 v .
You can laugh now, but it could happen to you . . .
THOMAS W. ELDER
281 Cypress St.
"Thus far we have only begun
I'll never forgetr Memorial DHY
'66, a certain Sunday morning
and the parties at Moo's.
I'm Crazy about! S.E.P., CaP'-5
Cod and the board.
Ski Club 1, 2, Intramural Sports
3, Leader Corps 3, Blue Squad
2, 3. .
247 Brookline St.
"Go not forth hastily
Lest thou know not what to do
in the end thereof."
I'll never forget: My forgotten
Drama Guild 2, Music Club 2,
Regulus Ad Staff 1, French Club
3, Future Teachers of America
3, Homeroom Manager 1, Suma
Club 2, American Field Service
2, 3, Senior Supper.
80 Hanson Rd.
BARBARA E. FEINSTEIN
RHONDA S. EPSTEIN
98 Greenwood St.
"Many of us go through a time
in life feeling as an actor might
feel who does not like his part
and does not believe in the
Fondest memories! Hoodsies, ag-
gravation, "the MEN", the
woods, Big Plans, "you can't
take them anywhere .... ",
what license? June 16, '72, walk-
ons, Peter Pan, and the rele-
Math Club, Bridge Club 1,
Drama Club, Spring Musical,
Fall productions, Music Club.
43 Stearns St.
I'll never forgeti H.N., East
Coast, M.F.'s, Trips to N.H. with
Lanky Jack, Greek, Rub, and
Weird Ardo, the Beach Buggy
Blue Squad 1, 2, Intramural
Wrestling 2, Wrestling 3.
235 Cypress St.
"The name of friend is common,
but the faith in friendship is
I'll never forgeti M.T., Lectures,
The Accident, New Years Eve
Summers of '65 and '66, Oct.
19, M.W., Football Games,
Homeroom Manager 1, 2, Cut-
ler House Council 1, Gymnastics
1, 2, 3, Leader Corps 1, 3, Blue
Squad 3, Senior Supper, Senior
Class Committee, Regulus Copy
STEVEN W. FEINSTEIN
71 Clark St.
"No man is free who is not
master of himself."
100 Boulder Rd.
"Yesterday is only a dream, To-
morrow only a vision."
I leave to NSHSI My used-up
bar of soap.
I'll never forget: One crazy
night at B.K.'s and two crazy
nights at the C.Y.H.
Stage Crew, Junior Class
Comm., French Club 3, A.F.S.
3, Senior Supper.
93 Woodcliff Rd.
"You never know what good a
good thing you have until you
I'll never forgeti M.P.V., the
horn, that certain party, reflec-
tions, the great pretender, "W"
days, the cottage, and summer
What would happen ifl The gun
went off and the cord caught fire?
A.F.S. l, 2, 3, Denebola Home-
room Representative 1, 2, Spa-
nish Club Treasurer 3, F.T.A.
3, Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
Regulus Copy Staff 3.
25 Bernard St.
Learning is a process which can
be done in any environment. I
am sure most of the students
are aware of this and are proud
of belonging to a school which
occupies such a beautiful build-
ing. It is important that our suc-
cessors try to keep Newton South
a school to be proud of.
Wheeler House Commons Room
Rules Committee 2, 3.
40 Columbus St.
"lf I hadn't seen them, then I
wouldn't know they were there,
and if I didn't know they were
there, I wouldn't be able to say
that they even exist."
Biology Club 2, Math Club 1,
2, 3, Stage Band 1, 2, Debating
Society 1, 2, 3, Student Council
2, Varsity Football Manager 3,
National Forensics League, Na-
MICI-IELE M. FERRICK
16 Frances St.
"Wise men lay up knowledge:
but the mouth of the fool is
next to confusion."
I'll never forget: ElCapo an-
nouncements, the dump, clean-
up committee, Expo '67, M.M.
M., The Great Escape, my wa-
Shelley not Sherry.
I leave NSHS! Irons for the
Home Ec. Dept.
Leader Corps 1, Volleyball 2,
Red Cross 2, 3, Homeroom
Manager, Jr. Prom Committee,
Senior Supper: Senior Prom.
9 Abbott St.
"Talent is a gift but experience
isn't always a must."
Favorite Saying! "Sock it to
What would happen if: I ever
did catch my yellow Mustang?
I'll never forget! Escaping to
the Cape on weekends, 210,
Buddy and trying to shift a cer-
tain ,55 Ford, J.S., J.B., and Bay-
PAUL A. FILOSA
9 Abbott St.
I leave to NSHS1 One silly but
very special sophomore.
Pet Peeve! Going from upstairs
Cutler House to upstairs Good-
win House and meeting S.V. in
the middle to talk to, all in
What would happen if: The
boys from Bayside all went to
Youth Center Comm. 2, 3, Blue
Squad 2, Leader Corps 3, Intra-
mural Basketball 1.
30 Shady Hill Rd.
"It is a wise man who knows
his own limits. And a fool who
abides by them."
I leave to NSHSI Nothing!
Remember! H.K., D.B., The
Gang, J.D., R.D., F.K., B.M.,
D.G., L.B., P.R., and DUNKIN
and Crew and all my straight
friends at NSHS.
Good luck to! A11 future stu-
dents of South.
Spanish Club, Drama Guild,
Sailing Club, Folk Music Club.
174 'V ,f
HOWARD I. FINER
75 Wayne Rd.
"This is not the beginning of the
end, it is only the end of the
My ambitionr To ride shotgun
in a 5 year old Corvette drag-
ging down the corridors of
I leave to NSHS2 All my old
yellow slips, library slips, straw
papers, and other such valuables
accumulated at NSHS.
Math Club 2, Biology Club 2,
Bridge Club 1, Investment Club
3, Intramurals 2, 3, Senior Sup-
17 Chester St.
"Everything has its beauty, but
not everyone sees it."
I'll never forget! The summer
of '67 with K.L., P Town, E
Block Chemistry with Mr. Ver-
dun, the auto show, D-D's, Mr.
Cornell's French classes and the
great times I've had with C.H.
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
DIANE CAROL FINKEL
127 Elgin St.
I'll always rememberI"AThat "A
true friend is forever a friend."
"Lives of the great men all re-
We can make our lives sublime,
And, departing, leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of
time . . .
Let us, then, be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate,
Still achieving, still pursuing
Learn to labour and to wait."
Sophomore Class Committee,
French Club 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 1,
2, 3, French National Honor
RICHARD S. FINN
29 Voss Ter.
Cutler "Rich" "Dick Finn"
"If only one could have two
lives, the first in which to make
mistakes and the second in
which to profit by them."
What would happen ifl Mr.
Hawkes ,Was caught smoking in
the boys' room?
Advice to students! Say what
you think, not what is expec-
Soccer 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Debat-
ing 2, Bridge Club and Team 1,
2, 3, Pres. of B.S.A., Golf 3,
Intramural Basketball 2.
564 Quinobequin Rd.
Cutler "Sue", "Susie"
"The most beautiful piece of
luggage is and remains a joyful
"A true friend is the 'best posses-
I'll never forgeti True Vong
Well.that's when it all started
going to Washington with Ellie,
summer of '67, and lastly but
not leastly, all the little things
A.F.S. lg French Club 1, 25 Sen-
ior Class Comm.g Blue Squadg
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74 Dedham St.
"He who gains victory over
other men is strong, but he who
gains victory over himself is all
I'll never forgetf The summer
of '67 and the cold nights at
I hope that! Science teachers
will stop telling sick jokes.
Marching Band 1, 2, Invest-
ment Club 2, 3, Spanish Club
2, 3, Denebola Ad Staff 2, 33
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
RONALD C. FORGET
321 Lake Ave.
I'll never forget! The summer
I leave to NSHSZ My yellow
slips and favorite chair next to
the Housemaster's office.
Varsity Football 1, 2, 35 Var-
sity Basketball I, 2, 3g Varsity
Baseball l, 2, 3.
57 Bontempo Rd.
"If you're going to do foolish
things, do them with enthusi-
I'll never forget! J.M. and Cam-
bridge, J.B. and C.O.P.
I leave to NSHSZ All the zyties
JAMES C. FOSTER
ll Drumlin Rd.
"I had no shoes and I complain-
ed, but then I saw a man who
had no feet."
I'll always remcmberi S.A.R.
and its pumpkins and pledges,
Tex and the Bo Inn, Tripling
with Carrot and EJ., whale and
Murderers Row, Early Decisions,
first dates at the Unicorn.
Wheeler House Council lg So-
phomore Class Comm.g Intramu-
ral Basketball l, 23 Tennis Team
2g Junior Prom, Chairman Com-
mons Room Comm.g Regulus
Ad Staff, Senior Prom.
LAURA J. FLEISCHMAN
18 Annawan Rd.
Cutler "Cow", "Spook",
"Chief", "Honey", "Freud",
"Rogue", "Laurie", "La Flesh".
"1 got by with a little help
from my friends."
In thankfulness for the few
glimpses of reality I got outside
these walls, and in memory of
beautiful people, moments shar-
ed and changes.
26 Annawan Rd.
I'll never forget! A-block stu-
dies with donuts and cigarettes
Advice to sophomores and jun-
iorsi South shall rise again
make it soon.
I spent live days getting the seeds out of these grapes-now
you'd better eat 'em.
133 Wendell Rd.
Ill never forget! That certain
person who'll always be some-
one special to me, Baby, BBP-
HT, the yellow bomb, stolen
cars, friends to the end, a year
to go, wonderful, wonderful,
Raynace, my Florida vacation
and Kenny, opening doors at 2
a.m., ouija and my predictions,
Weeks and the road, my parties,
my last birthday, everybody
hates us, Forch Tort, Hotel
Bradford and Lambchop.
Majorette, Blue Squad, A.F.S.
. ri f S .s 1
ALLAN B. FRASER
230 Winchester St.
"The world steps aside to let
anyone pass, provided he knows
where he is going."
I'll never forgetl Debbie, Mark
G., the summer of '67, George
Murfy, the group, tuften-boro.
Football 1, 2, Hockey 1, 2, 3,
Intramurals 2, 3, Stage Crew
1, 2, Arts Festival.
750 Boylston St.
GARY J. FRECHETTE
11 Frances St.
"People who live in glass houses
should dress in the basement."
I'll never forgeti My own "Gir-
I leave to NSHS2 My locker
G-80 to L.G. and A.K.
Men of Annapolis Lost Quote,
"Hot Tuna", Saying, "You're
Sweet" maybe? My wonderful
two year old girl who grew
Blue Squad 1, 2, 3, Leader Corps
3, Key Club 1, 2, Regulus Sports
154 Truman Rd.
"Experience is a wonderful thing.
It enables you to realize a mis-
take when you make it again."
I'll never forget: Halloween '64,
Green Giant, "Boy from N.Y.
C.", and Sigma Alpha Rho,
Xmas '66 and S.G.,' the Tro-
jan Club, a blue MG, Mr. Body,
the lumberyard, and all the gang.
I leave to NSHS2 Sand for the
icy sidewalk which cancelled
my trip to Fla.
. . . And this little piggy . .
Staff 2, Football 1, 2, Student
Lounge Comm. 2.
120 Country Club Rd.
HOWARD M. FREED
10 Marvin Lane
"To live is to love."
I'll never forget! My fast car
and speedy driving, Nov. 8, and
all the great times.
What would happen if! Dunkin
Donuts became a five credit
"If I had it to do all over again,
I'd do it the exact same way.
I will always remember! My
Holly, she gave me such great
times, I love her. Mr. Kudera,
Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Cornell,
Sophomore Class Treasurer, :lun-
ior Class Treasurer, Ass0Clat6S
Treasurer, Varsity Baseball 2, 3.
12 Gould Rd.
Varsity Soccer, Tutorial Pro-
gram in Roxbury.
21 Burdean Rd.
ANDREW D. FRIEZE
43 Wilde Rd.
"Humor is a drug which its
fashion to sousef'
Things I'll remember! The three
in '66, 128, Counselor, '57 Ford,
Summer '67, Skiing-Killington,
Sand, Jr. Prom, After exams '67'
Ger, Mike, D.B. A.S., M.K.,
E.B., R.Y., M.T., N.T., Neigh-
bor and N.S.E.P.
Debating Club 2, Sailing Club
Vice President 2, President 3.
I Q . .
Warren has permission to roam the corridors X-Block
281 Dedham St.
I'm crazy about! The color blue,
a stone, snoopy, the Cape, a rail-
road, lollypops, daisies, pistachio
ice-cream, and a gold mustang.
What would happen ifi He
really was out with his cousin
I'll never forgeti Oct. 10 '67,
Grant Ave., "my twin", "Jem",
K.E. and a certain someone.
30 Lantern Lane
Etant les merveilleux enfants,
We believe in life and
search for its meaning
which, We assure Ourselves
For without this Faith,
We sink into adulthood
L'Ennui Nous engloutit
as We face the terrifying
Nothingness that is life
"Et puis, et puis encore?"
And all that remains is the cry:
National Merit Semitinalistg
Denebola, Blueprints Editors.
KENNETH C. GELTMAN
43 Kingston Rd.
I'll never forget!
days with Dino.
German Club lg
I, 2, 3, French
Riding on Sun-
Club 2g Senior
DONNA L. GERSHKOWITZ
343 Parker St.
HPlll'ifl1lIi.S'lIl is the hatuzting feel-
ing that someone somewhere
might he happy."
I'll never forget! The Pru. sum-
mer in the city, the B.T.P.
I Digi The "soul", IK, LB, AH,
NT, LB, and the Temptations.
l Ieuvc to NSHSZ H.T.C.
Folk Music Club 35 Regulus
Feature Staff 33 Senior Supper.
The old optional assembly trick.
71 Cynthia Rd.
"As you walk down the road
of life, use your feet."
I'll always rememberi B.F.,
A.K., B.T., FJ., N.B., Demo,
Hubie, and everyone else.
I leave to NSI-ISI My books, my
memories, and for good.
Varsity Track 2, 3, J.V. Soccer
2, Intramural Football, Basket-
ball, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Math
Team 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1, 2,
Wheeler House Rules Commit-
tee, Senior Supper Food Com-
118 Annawan Rd.
"With brighter hopes we stand
on that far horizon line, where
dreams lie dim."
I'll never forget! turning back
on 128, Pyramis, and N.S.E.P.
Folk music Club 1, Drama
Guild 1, 2, Make-up and Scenery
Fall Production 2, Future Teach-
ers of America 3, Senior Supper,
71 Cynthia Rd.
Wheeler "Hubie", "Hink"
"Live, love, toil with a will.
Place no faith in tomorrow . . .
For the clock may be still."
I'll never forgeti Snooky and all
the fantastic times we've had,
the amazing Demo and misarray
of sparkling talents, Knick and
his mottled assemblage of . . .,
Cab. and his prompt service,
Lake Cochituate's benefits, Miss
"L" and our group.
Mascot of the Moose Club,
Math Class leader, Homeroom
director, Varsity Wrestling,
HARRIS E. GERSHMAN
21 Linda Lane
My Shrink says! Forget B.B.,
B.O., PUMPKINS, Guarch-juice,
Scranton, Warden, Dupe Ma-
chines and the Mouth that
Roared. E.A.P., Gamma Nu,
Omar, Frenchie, Germs, Harold
J. 9-4-67, Hippie Fit, Conven-
tions '66, '67, '68C?J, the air-
conditioner in rm. 751, and
Sigma Alpha Rho are imprinted
on the back of my skull.
Fall Production 2, 3, Musical
Arts Festival Student Director 2,
3, Denebola and Regulus
Feature Staffs 3.
LINDA DALE GERSHMAN
18 Payne Rd.
I'll never forgetl School cor-
ridors after 3200 P.M., cram-
ming with Al, Miss GERSH-
MAN, tutoring in Roxbury, '65
friendships, Old Silver, playing
football, soul music, and the
Theatre Arts Jr. Apprentice 2,
Production Manager 3, Regulus
Data, Denebola Circulation,
Leader Corps, French Club,
Math Team, Intramurals.
DORE JOHN GILBERT
24 Pudding Stone Lane
"Home can never be forgotten,
only left for a short time."
Varsity Football "First Unde-
I leave to Coach Winkler and
Coach Kojoyian my low-cut
football shoes, to Casty him-
self, J.B. admiration forever,
Wendy a dance, South a good
HOWARD M. GILLIS
111 Upland Ave.
"The answers are blowin' in the
I leave to NSHSZ One used
To SAR I leavei the dobe-
I'll never forgeti Frenchy at
Convention, All-State, the stags.
Basketball, 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3,
gagd 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1,
GERALD C. GLADSTONE
9 Glen Rd.
"There is no religion higher
than human service. To work
for the common good is the
What would happen ifr Mr.
Bronson taught philosophy and
ethics and Mr. Wicks taught
I leave to NSHS! Hermits,
"gluns," and a little sister.
I'll never forget! The college
admissions rat race.
Chess Club 1, 2, Class Com-
mittee 2, 3, Musical 2, 3,
Regulus 2, Business Manager 3.
fy' ,et ,
15 Walter St.
I'll never forget! Stage crew and
its members Cplumbersb.
I leave to NSHSI Marching
band, a coke concession, my Bill
Cosby picture and a wake of
destruction to our stage.
Stage Crew 2, 3, Chess Club
l, 2, Marching Band 1, 2, 3,
Q ' L "2
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35 Marvin Lane
"Don't talk about it,' walk
I'll never forgeti Chem. with
I leave to NSHSZ "The Chair"
I used in A.V.
Wheeler House Committee, Sen-
ior Supper, Science Club 1,
Band l, 2, Audio-Visual Ser-
vice l, 2, 3.
104 Dorcar Rd.
"Show me a good loser and I'll
show you a loser" Right Howie
I'll never forgeti The nicknames,
Lupine, Toes, Mashe, Smersh
Don, Hubie, Zeche, and Whooh-
sht and Fahma.
I leave to Sophs and Juniors! A
reserve fund to buy Mr. Jesdale
a pair of shoes.
Regulus Ad. Editor, J. V.
Baseball, among others.
BETSY D. GOLDBERG
73 Broken Tree Rd.
"All the world's a stage, and all
the men and women merely
playersi They have their exits
and their entrances, and one
man in his time plays many
parts, his acts being seven ages."
I'll never forget! Spoon River,
my Junior year, or Benjy.
I leave to NSHS2 Another
A.F.S. 1, 2, Drama Productions
2, 3, House Council 2, Spanish
Club 1, 3, Treasurer 2, Musical
1, 2, 3.
MARCIA B. GOLDBERG
17 Aberdeen St.
Wheeler "Missy", "Marsh"
"Nothing is waste that makes
I'll never forgeti The Troubador
Band Practice at the Mafia's
hideout, "What are we doing
here?", Carl California and his
Vette, Betty during the Summer
I'm crazy about! Amy and the
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
55 Indian Ridge Rd.
"Friendship is like sound health,
the value of it is seldom known
until it is lost."
I'll never forgetf The summer
of '67, the nights at R.C.'s, the
clutch in the automatic car, my
aching teeth, and Halloween
What would happen ifr The
weekend with J.D., R.M., and
G.S. ever came true?
Ski Club l, 2, 3, Volleyball l,
2, Denebola 2, 3, Regulus 2, 3,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
ESTA S. GOLDFARB
I2 Nardell Rd.
"The magic of our first love is
our ignorance that it can never
I'll never forgeti Memories with
Steve N., Dec. '66, Midnight
hour, Big Jo at Friendly's, The
road, Summer '67, the Eight
girls, "My Manager."
Prophecy! When I'm ninety
years old I'll have permission
to smoke. Soon leaving studies
will be legal.
F.T.A.g Blue Squad 3, Senior
Supper, Senior Prom.
202 Winchester St.
I'll never forgeti B. Miller, the
I leave to NSHSZ My Gym Suit.
Advice to Sophomores and
Juniorsi "Never put off till
tomorrow what you can do to-
Baseball 2, 3, Outdoor Track
2, Football l, 2, 3, Blue Squad
l, 2, 3, Intramural Softball l,
CARLA DRU GOLEMBE
48 Harwich Rd.
"For last year's words belong to
last year's language and next
year's words await another
I'll never forgeti Summer '67,
the locker, 1932 posters and
Regulus Art Staff, Senior Sup-
per, Senior Prom, Lounge
Decoration Co-Chairman, Sce-
nery 2, 3, Arts Festival 2, 3,
French Club 2, Flag, Spanish
Club 2, Folk Music Club 2,
Sailing Club 2.
pt ,, ,
60 Allerton Rd.
CARYL ILENE GOODMAN
4 Woodhaven Rd.
"Self-respect cannot be hunted.
It cannot be purchased. It is
never for sale. It comes to us
when we are alone in quiet mo-
ments, in quiet places, when we
suddenly realize that knowing
the good, we have done it,-
knowing the beautiful, we have
served it,' knowing the truth, we
have spoken it."
Regulus Copy Editor 3, A.F.S.
1, 2, 3, French National Honor
Society 2, 3, French Club 1, 2,
Treasurer 3, Denebola Ad
Staff 1, 2, Sailing Club 2.
197 Nehoiden Rd.
Goodwin "J an"
"The grand essentials to happi-
ness in this life are something
to do, something to love, and
something to hope for."
Nantasket, Gail's house, the
a.m. phone calls, our early
morning rides, Expo, the sum-
mer parties of '67, my travels
with Cindy, the Bunnie Club,
Cindy,s party, I'm upset fright
K.V.J, my "son", Florida and
What would happen if! all our
parents went away simultaneous-
WENDY KAREN GOLDWYN
436 Waban Ave.
"What though the radiance
which was once so bright
Be forever taken from my sight,
Though nothing can bring back
Of splendour in the grass,
Or glory in the flower,-
We will grieve not, rather hnd
Strength in what remains
Denebola and Blueprint Art
Editors, Class Committee 1, 2,
3, French National Honor So-
ciety, Nat'l Merit Scholar Semi-
i. " '
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BETTE RUTH GORDON
48 Bound Brook Rd.
"Today is the tomorrow you
worried about yesterday."
I'll never forget! Boss, Summer
nights 167, 4I30 a.m., the boat,
our route, trips to M, our un-
finished book, Mo-Town Music.
Secret Desirei to become the
camaro couple, right B.M.?
French Club 1, 2, 3, French
National Honor Society, A.F.S.
1, 2, Ski Club 2, Drama Guild
1, V.P. 2, Regulus Feature Staff,
Homeroom Manager, Senior
Supper, Senior Prom.
LAUREL INA GOULD
285 Cypress St.
"Learning is an essential part of
life. We should take what we
are offered and use it to the
best of our ability."
I'll never forget NSHS and
I'll always be proud of having
graduated from Newton South.
F.T.A. 1, Denebola 1, 2, Home
Room Representative, Spanish
Club 2, 3, Wheeler Student
Lounge 2, 3.
LINDA C. GORDON
61 Brandeis Rdf
"T rue happiness consists not in
the multitude of friends, but in
the worth and choice."
I'll never forgeti Nov. 11, '65,
my sorority dance, a water-
skiier, May 7, '66, skiing at
Sunapee, the lumber yard, "pea-
nutbutter" and all the problems
French Club 1, 2, 3, F.T.A. 1,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
Regulus Representative 1.
LESLIE BARBER GORTON
33 Norwood Ave.
"Who can tell
what golden hours with
what full hands, may be
waiting for you in the distance?"
I'll never forgeti The. many
joyous moments spent with cer-
A.F.S. 2, Denebola Representa-
17 Glazer Rd.
63 Rosalie Rd.
My life story: Did you ever
have to make up your mind?
I'll never understand how some
people can keep a constant
smile through a whole day-
their faces must be frozen.
After three years of getting
used to being in this place, it'll
be hard to get used to being
31 Amherst Rd.
"Nothing is so firmly believed
as what we least know."
French Club 2, Spanish Club lg
Denebola Art Staff 2g Regulus
1, Senior Supper, Musical.
46 Athelstane Rd.
"Our greatest glory is not in
never falling, but in rising
everytime we fall."
I'll always remember! Marsha,
Marsh and Marcia, Barbara,
Joe and Him, the summers of
'66 and '67, July 3rd, New
Years' eve and other great times
with the gang, Him, that party
in Canton, Him, the Paris across
the street, prom.
French Club, Latin Club, Senior
Supper, Senior Prom.
245 Arnold Rd.
I'll never forgeti New Year's of
,66 with Seph and the Yellow
I leave to NSHSI The big dent.
What would happen ifi Stuart
went to an all girl school?
Hank "cut 'em down like dogs?"
Wierd Arda found his mind?
Catoo lost his license?
DANIEL W. GREEN
ll Selwyn Rd.
"The man who does nothing but
wait for his ship to come in has
already missed the boat."
I leave to NSHSI The many
advantages of youth.
I'll never forget! Those "minor
challenges" with Mr. Dammond.
Investment Club 1, Treasurer 2,
Vice-President 31 Math 1, 2, 35
French 1, 2g History 1.
Sorry, George, but we've traded you for two goalposts and an
undisclosed amount of cash.
GERARD W. GUARENTE
393 Parker St.
"If you are patient in one mo-
ment of anger, you will escape
a hundred days of sorrow."
I'll never forget! New Hamp-
shire, G Block study on Thurs-
day, a little white cabin, Holly
Class Comm. 2, 3, Junior Prom,
Senior, Prom, Senior Supper.
ROBERT CRAIG HAHN
60 Hartman Rd.
Cutler "Bobo", "Rock"
Commentsi 1. Molasses-the
thick brown or dark viscid sirup
which drains from sugar in the
process of manufacture. 2. But
I only know that I wanna be
free, to think for myself with
no wool over me, free from the
plague of masters.
J.V. Football 1, Soph. Basket-
ball, Track 1, 2, 3, Soccer 2,
Captain 3, Regulus Photograph-
er, Folk Music Club.
JOHN RICHARD HALL
30 Plainfield St.
I leave to NSHSI Many diverse
experiences, and a brother to get
I bequeath Mr. Chamberlain a
ten watt megaphone and a
charter for a two week course
in persuasive public speech back-
Stage Crew 2, 3, Audio-Visual
Service 3, Investment Club 3.
FRANCIS J HANNON
21 Floral St.
33 Dedham St.
"Ah take the most of what you
yet may spend. Before you, too,
into the dust descent, Dust into
Dust, and under Dust, to lie
sans wine, sans song, sans singer
and sans end."
Forget-me-notsl Prov., Miami,
N.Y.C., C.L.H., D.S., Feb. 4,
'67, April vacation '66.
House Council Sec. 3, French
Club 1, 2, 3, French National
Honor Society, German Club 1,
2, 3, Denebola Ad Staff 2,
Regulus Ad Staff 2, Copy Staff
320 Lake Ave
HOLLY J. HAWKSLEY
99 Plainfield St.
"Knowledge and timber shouIdn't
be muclz used till they are
I'll never forget! Those great
summer days and nights with
the beach kids, "Goin' clem-
minm, a certain red conver-
tible, and of course G.T.O.'s.
French National Honor Society,
French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2,
3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3,
Basketball I, 2, Captain 2, Reg-
ulus Data Staff 3, Circulation
Staff 3, Denebola Circulation 1,
MARILYN J. HECHT
297 Parker St.
"He only lives, who living en-
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, French Club 2,
3, Sailing Club 2, Denebola
Copy Staff 3, Future Teachers
of America 3, Senior Supper.
Ve Dukla thesa-ya chuda un-
dine mit du Sheramutha.
I leave to NSHSZ All my extra
credits, and the memory of two
housemasters who couldn't take
I'll never forget! The going-
away party of 367, Northeastern
Frat party, and the sony affair.
Blue Squad 1, V-Stage Crew 3,
House Oilice Seat Warmer 1, 2,
"Someday my tomorrow will
come and tlze sun will shine
I'll never forgeti Summer of '67
I'm crazy about! R.W.
I leave to NSHS2 Tony's
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
105 Old Farm Rd.
"If a man does not keep pace
with his companions perhaps it
is because he hears a dijferent
Love is J.G., John D. Harvard,
Jane, Shades of Paris, Nauset,
Boston, H.C.A., linger .....
I shant forget my alter-ego, or
the T-Bird with Sue.
School Musical 1, 2, 3, Coffee
and Donut Committee, French
Club 2, 3.
CHRISTOPHER C. HENES
58 Alexander Rd.
Wheeler "Kippy',, "Abner",
"It is with hope that we look,
with an "I" to the future."
I'll never forgetr The Marian
Hockey Game April 23, ,67. We
Prophecyi Mayor Mitchell will
I'm crazy abouti J.L.A.
I leave to NSHSI Coach Jes-
dale, World's Best Hockey
Chess Club 15 Football Manager
1, 2, Hockey Manager 2, 3g
Spring Hockey League 2.
128 Dorset Rd.
"Nothing endures, not a tree, not
love, not even a death by
I'll never forget! The Cape,
climbing through windows with
Ellen, sitting on Nancy's front
step, the haunted house, riding,
and the manikin in G.C.
Drama Guild 1, 23 Homeroom
Manager 1, Cutler House Coun-
cil 1, 25 A.F.S. 1, Cutler Music
Night, Senior Supper, French
Club 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3.
I'm sorry, Richard, but I ean't accept your gift.
22 Roosevelt Rd.
"A winner is he who loses
something not worth having."
I leave to NSHS! Little Hersh.
I'll never forgetr Those reward-
ing experiences with B.L., the
walls up at Killington, surfing
at midnight with Craze.
Intramural Football 1, 2, 3,
Blue Squad 3, Senior Prom.
DONNA ANN HILLERY
98 Parker Ave.
"To get the full value of Joy,
one must have someone to
share it with."
I'm crazy about! The young
teachers, Right T.H.?
I'll never forgeti April 25, '65
and all the times we had, 10 or
12 years, my junior year and
the wild math class and crazy
59 Puritan Rd.
Goodwin "Jim", "Jimbo"
"Strangle the year."
I'll never forgeti The G.T.'s
R.L., G.P., S.N., M.S., T.B.,
B.W., K.S., S.K., S.M.,
J.D., J.R., S.R., NA., J.W., D.S.,
P.S., D.S., T.T., P.G., D.S.,
B.K., A.G., C.R., W.M., S.K.,
K.S., E.S., J.K., M.G., S.B.,
D.H., B.K., S.D., F.P., M.B.,
L.M., B.C., D.R., S.R., G.L.
Goodwin House Council 1, 3,
Debating Society 13 Sailing 2g
Tennis 23 Blue Squad 2, 3,
School Spirit Comm.g Junior
Promg Senior Prom.
ALMA MERLE HIRSCH
972 Walnut St.
"For without words, in friend-
ship, all thoughts, all desires,
all expectations are born and
shared, with that joy is un-
I'Il never forgeti Cramming at
Lin's, summer "Psych" classes,
Hotel Somerset, Harvard Bridge,
and my new found audacity.
Goodwin House Council 33
French National Honor Society
2, 33 Senior Supper, Homeroom
Manager 33 Regulus Circulation
Staff 3g Denehola Ad Stall 3,
French Clubg A.F.S.
545 Parker St.
"ll n'y a point tl'effet sans
Vice President of Future Teach-
ers, Demfhola Homeroom Rep-
resentativeg Dwzehola Ad Staff,
Homeroom Manager: Library
Aide, French Club, A.F.S.
1601 Centre St.
Favorite Expression! "Right,"
I'll never forgeti Every Satur-
day night, right Janet?
Pet Peeve: People who think
that they're God's gift to the
I leave to NSHS2 All the school
holidays I had.
I'm crazy about: Steve.
CHARLES P. HOLTZMAN
100 Elinor Rd.
"Vera, Chuck and Dave are
what they seem to be."
I'm crazy aboutf Ernie's iloor
polishing machine and noise
History Club 23 Chess Club 33
Biology Club lg Intramural
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FRENCES IREN E HOLT
34 Floral St.
"Pax vobiscum dominus vobis-
I leave to NSHS: One very re-
lieved Mr. Hawkes.
I'll never forgeti Miss Allen and
I'm crazy abouti Those "in-
tellectually stimulating" bus
Get that corpse off the field!-
64 Clifton Rd.
"To know what is right and not
to do it is the worst cowardicef'
I'll never forgeti False names,
21, one nighters, future plans,
and a deep friendship.
Class Comm. 1, 2, F.T.A. lg
French Club 1, 2, Blue Squad,
Senior Supperg Wheeler House
Rep. lg Senior Prom.
fl 5, ff!
MARJORIE D. HOMONOFF
63 High Rock Terrace
"The thing with kids is if they
want to grab for the gold ring,
you have to let them do it,
ana' not say anything."
I'll never forget! Adios Perros,
El Prince Pequeno en francais,
Riverness, Oedipus Rex in color.
I'll never rememberi Sowberry
Hagan and Senor Petrillo's Stone
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2,
3g French Club 1, 2g F.T.A. 3,
Denebola 1, 23 Ictus lg Regulus
Circulation Staff 2, Senior Prom.
56 Norwood Ave.
THOMAS J. HUMPHREY
364 Woodward St.
I'll never forget! A forty dollar
fine for a sixty-cent library book
I didn't have, Miss Dohanians
A-Block classes, and the locker
room footprint squad.
Favorite sayingsi "It's done with
mirrors!" "It was stolen by
French National Honor Society
2, 3, Regulus Layout Staff 3.
16 Van Wart Path
"Friendship is a plant of slow
growth and must undergo and
withstand the shocks of advers-
ity before it is entitled to that
I'll never forget! New Years
Eve '67, Hotel Bradford with
What would happen ifi My
friendship ended with Deb?
Spanish Club 1, Denebola 33
Regulus 35 A.F.S. 3g Senior Sup-
per, Senior Prom.
LOIS JUNE IASAACSON
126 Brandeis Rd.
"Science is the space surround-
ing every action and every
communion of people. Friend-
ship needs no words-it is a
loneliness relieved of the anguish
Denebola Advertising Staff 23
Denebola Advertising Co-Editor
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"It is better to have one friend
of great value than many friends
who are good for nothing."
Fondest memory! Great times
with the old crowd of '65.
I prophesyi When I am 101
years old Deb will still be my
Senior Supperg Senior Prom,
Recreationg Blue Squad..
125 Plymouth Rd.
"You only learn by your errors."
I'll always rememberl The Lean
One, Coke Springs, J.W.B.L.
Ruppert, the Doughnut, C.C.,
Wing Sheet Day, the Cape.
Advice to Juniors and Sopho-
moresi Do unto the school as
the school does unto you.
KENNETH A. ISAACS
636 Boylston St.
"Please, sir, I want some more."
I'll never forgeti J.S. at N.B.
and the long walk home, H.K.
and our daily trips, C.B. and
the P.H.W.B. and his practices.
I leave to C.B. an autograph of
K.C.J., N.M. and his classes.
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, In-
tramural Basketballg Leader
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"To Surf is a way of Life."
I'll never forget! C.B., Miami,
North Conway with AL, New
Years Eve, '66-67, the kids from
East Wind and the trips to New-
port, The French Canadian girls
in Maine, psychedelic Parker
from the trip to NJ., The kids
from North and M.W.'s Ramb-
ler, Marcone's with Wess,
Brookline and the Junior Prom,
The soccer team with S.H.,
J.D., and the Sunbeam.
Soccer Team 3g Intramural
Wrestling 2, 3, Sailing Club.
62 Upland Rd.
"The tlzings that lII1l't'll,l been
done before, those are the things
I'll never forgeti My "brothers"
Dave and Mark, summer of '67
in Malden, 4200 A.M. meetings,
gold diamonds, huh Nan?, deci-
sions, my meditating bench
Donna and my other close
Class Comm. 1, 2, 3g Latin Club
2, Pres. 35 Regulus Data and
Circulation Stallsg Senior Sup-
perg French Club lg Folk Music
Club 1, 2.
36 Louise Rd.
They'll never look for Ernie in there.
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MARY L. JONASSON
312 Lake Ave.
Goodwin "Marylou", "Kid"
"The best things come in small
I'm crazy about! Bobby.
I'll never forgett Nov. 5, '65,
my soph. year and that Friday
night in April.
I leave to NSHSZ My brothers
Leader Corps lg Girls' Chorus
2, 35 Sophomore Class Commit-
tee, Senior Prom Committee.
4 June Lane
"In sweetness of friendship let
there be laughter, and sharing
pleasure's." "Love comes quiet-
ly . . . but you know when it
is there, because suddenly you
are not alone any more . . . and
there is no sadness inside you."
I'1l always remember: My eter-
nal pedestal and the experiences
Sophomore Class Commg Girls'
Chorus lg Sailing Club 2, Spa-
nish Club 2, 3g Student Lounge
2, 3, J.V. Tennis 3, Senior Sup-
perg Wheeler House Council 3.
11 Bradford Rd.
Cutler "Prudence", "Jimmy",
"Happiness is living, loving, and
I'll never forget: D.K., J.M.,
J.D. and Mr. V's chem. class,
I leave to NSHSI My "T",
Jr. Prom Comm. 2, Senior Sup-
per Comm., Senior Prom
Comm. 33 Cheerleading 3.
WADE B. JOHNSON
183 Wiswell Rd.
We worry as though we had a
thousand years to live. Let us
always strive after the gentle
humor of the heart, which
knows lzow to smile at our fel-
lowman and at itself, and wlzich
can stand a little above things.
My friend, parvenus, in lzis think-
ing and inherent goodness, who
has taught me not to anger my-
self with this world because it
doesn't care! Yet if I assign
wlzatever I may encounter its
proper place in my world,
I would find happiness., M.C.,
MARC JEFFREY KAHN
256 Dedham St.
Cutler "Moishe", "Cram"
I'll never forgetr May 4, '67,
Jaime, my 60-second warm-up
period, and won-ton soup.
Junior Class Committee, Biology
Club, Blue Squad 35 Intramural
39 Deborah St.
250 Dorset Rd.
"I sent my soul through the
Some Letter of that A fter-Life
And by and by my Soul re-
turn'd to me,
And answered "I Myself am
Heav'n and Hell."
A.F.S. 1, 3, Denebola 3, Regu-
lus Features Staff 3.
PHYLLIS Z. KALMAN
70 Elgin St.
Advice to Sophomoresi Don't
put off until tomorrow what you
can do today.
I leave to NSHSI 16 hours of
detention in 7206, a three-ringed
circus in 4108, a most enjoyable
English' class in 7106, a cute
blond Sophomore and a bru-
nette in ,69.
I'll never forget! The great Math
class in 4210.
I leave behind! The memories
of the class of '66 and one
LAWRENCE C. KAPLAN
35 Placid Rd.
Whatever gained or lost
Given or taken,
I can laugh and cry over
But be proud in the end
That I have
And even prouder
That I can.
School Drama, Senior Class
Vice President ......
NANCY J. KAPLAN
75 Oak Hill St.
"V0ul0ir et Pouvoir .... to
be Willing and Able."
University of Wisconsin Book
Award, Denebola Feature Staff
1, Education Editor 2, Associate
Editor-in-Chief 3, Debating So-
ciety 1, 2, President 3, French
National Honor Society 2, 3,
Quill and Scroll, International
Journalism Honor Society 2, 3,
Regulus Copy Staff 2, Feature
Staff 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Na-
tional Merit Letter of Commen-
dation, Reporter for WBZ Radio.
168 Cynthia Rd.
"He labors vainly who endeavers
to please every person."
Prophecy! The Catch Us If You
Can Club will get caught.
I'll never forgeti Some of the
most wonderful and beautiful
girls around, Andy, Judy, Jamie
and Bunny. Good luck to them
in the future.
I leave to NSHS1 The rich and
rewarding experiences that I got
out of it, our lunch club, G.B.
I think girls are the greatest.
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
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4 Howley Ave.
"Life is a campaign, not a
battle, it has its victories as well
as its defeats."
Illl never forgetl Summer '67
in Watertown and the "Bird."
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 3, Track
3, Sailing Club, Junior Prom,
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37 Voss Terrace
South has meant different things
at different times to me. It has
made me feel happy and great,
and at other times very depres-
sed. I have experienced many
things which have meant much
to me and which I hope will re-
main with me.
Debating Society V.P., Senior
Class Rep., Billy Budd, Key
. PAUL KAPLAN
69 Hanson Rd.
DEANNE A. KARAGOSIAN
ll Canterbury Rd.
"We met on roads of lauglilerg-
Now wistful roads depart."
I'll never forgeti P.F., play re-
hearsals, April, 17, the Spring
of '67, and 'a certain Wednes-
day nite in July.
What would happen ifi Chris
and I did go?
Cutler House Council I, Good-
win House Council 2, 31 Home-
room Manager 1, Mixed Chorus
3, Blue Squad 3.
MICHAEL GEORGE KARIS
137 Allerton Rd.
Cutler "Miken, "K"
"Don't do today what you can
put off until tomorrow."
I leave to NSHS! My two bro-
I'm crazy about? Maureen.
Blue Squad 2, 3.
78 Halcyon Rd.
Well here it is,
my yearbook at last,
I've waited three years,
tlze time's finally passed.
Now I can write
to Newton South High
so I'll use up this space,
to bid South goodbye.
I leave to NSHSI My little bro-
I'll never forgeti Nigel Pump-
kin and the times we almost
got a job.
32 Williams St.
"If a man knows where he is
going the world will stand aside
and let him pass."
What would happen ifl The
cooks forgot to put butter on the
I'll never forget! The lifeguard
party during the summer of '67
Youth Center Committee 2, 3.
I claim this ground in the name of the Queen.
SUSAN ROSLYN KELLER
8 Nancy Rd.
Goodwin "Sue", "Kelly"
"It is better to have one friend
of great value than many friends
who are good for nothing."
I'll never forget! Gerry, our
notes, Raynace, Summer of '67,
S.F., L.A. S.L.C., Chicago, N.
Platte, Mixers, Sports Cars, The
route, My teacher B., G. and
L22, Cheverus, 10!7f67, and
What would happen ifi We ever
found "them"? Huh Ger.?
A.F.S. 1, 2, 33 French Club 1,
2, 3, Regulus Ad Stall 3, Sail-
ing Club 2, 3.
149 Upland Ave.
Goodwin "Keefa", "Keeiie."
Iill never forgett Wally the
Wino, Anne Fanny, Wiping the
beach bu at 70 on f'The
Road," Trips to New Hamp-
shire, and "Guess what? We got
kicked out of the cabin," shoot-
ing cats at 3 in the morning.
I .leave to NSHS! "The dent."
1314 Walnut St.
"Qui non proficit, deficit."
I leave to NSHSZ Six used book
bags, several broken test tubes,
an inaccessible locker, and five
pairs of tattered sneakers.
I take with me the happy mem-
ories of valued friendships, in-
spiring teachers, and three busy,
Band 1, 2, 3, Music Club 2g
Latin Club 1, 2, 3.
BARRY S. KESSLER
19 Carlton Rd.
"l'm only kidding."
I want to forgetf Friend1y's the
night the Brookline boys came
up to buy ice cream.
I'll never forgeti All the great
friends I have made during my
three years at high school.
57 Ridge Ave.
"A strange far-away storm, as
of distant thundering was aris-
ing within his wonderselff'
Math, English, History, Art,
fknowledge is an end in itselfj,
sitting in the still library in a
navy blue shirt during a sunny
A Block being asked, "Are you
a hippie?,' walking endlessly in
"Let us rejoice
that we are compassed round
"If one must dream let the
dream be one of happiness."
14 Oxford Rd.
"Live for today for tomorrow
you may be dead."
I'll never forget all the great
people I met at South. I will
always be thinking of a few.
Advice to Sophomores and Jun-
iorsi Don't try to keep up with
the Joneses. Live for yourself,
not to outdo others. 1
I leave to NSHS! My 180 pound
ROBERT R. KIRSCH
615 Saw Mill Brook Parkway
Cutler "Bob,', "Kurt"
I'l1 never forget! Oakies' Famous
bash, Hugies' mad scuff mark
on the ceiling, and "goodtimes"
at the bush with "Buzz" and
the cool ones.
Best laugh! Seeing "Pearl S.
Bucki' perform his infamous
"Pearl" at Coast Guard Beach.
Football 1, 2, 3, Hockey lg
Denebola Staff 3 5 Student Coun-
cil Representative 3g Key Club
2, 3, Leaders Corps 3.
DEBORAH E. KLEIN
190 Baldpate Hill Rd.
Cutler "Debbie", "D.D.D."
Newton South has been my
launching pad! Preparing me
for the big take-off. Meanwhile,
how could I forget Buffy, my
guide of Harvard Square, and
Boston, Minnie, O.D., Claggert,
Tom, Superman Joe Ding-A-
Ling, S.P. whams Swedish pan-
cakes, Joan Baez frodo and
Company, Expo '67 and what a
whacked-out relationship this is,
considering I never liked you!
INA D. KLICKSTEIN
254 Spiers Rd.
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CHERYL J. KLINE
110 Parker Ave.
"And so it's your turn to curtsy,
my turn to bow, your turn to
curtsy, now mine, you, now me,
on and on, until one of the dan-
cers falls, or until the dance is
I digi The ooper, F.E.A., the
soul, D.G., my ace boon coon,
the T.P., and T.N.T.
I'll never forgetf Summer in the
city, All N's, E.B.W., let your
fingers do the walking, our trips,
NANCY E. KOLACK
15 Southwick Rd.
"How lonely we shall be,
What shall we do,
You without me,
And I without you."
I am crazy about a certain
Morse's boy, 5 white ducks, and
I'll never forgetr Morses with
Hari, the Cape in March with
Ann, and a certain person on
my door step.
House Council 23 Senior Sup-
per, A.F.S. 2, 33 Sailing 25
French Club 1: Cutler Music
Night lg Ski Club lg Drama 1.
25 Woodcliff Rd.
"Today is the tomorrow you
worried about yesterday."
Favorite Saying! Groovy.
Fondest memoryf I-lenvay '60-
'65, Clown '66.
I'll always rememberi Kar-Car,
Junior in my senior year and
the Y.C. meetings which were
and the Pru.
"CheerfuIness keeps up a kind
of dayliglzt in the mind and
fills it with a steady and perpet-
I'll never forget! DNT, Hojo's
at 6230 a.m. with E.R. and
N.G.A., my friendship with S.A.,
Wheeler House Councilg Wheel-
er House Rules Comm.
52 Larchmont Ave.
l'll ncver forget! Bill's science
classes. Oct. 18, 1966 C9 plus
97. Lou's package on Thanks-
giving '67, and the Vette Lou
almost rode in.
Homeroom Manager 21 Varsity
Baseball 23 Intramural Football
12 Hillcrest Circle
"To reach the unreachable
reach, to touch the untouchable
star,"' -a goal. "Those who drink
beer, will think beer."
Remember! Jody did it! M's
Bar and His Pet Raccoons, The
Bag at Mann's, Iota Convention
of ,66, the G.T.'s, The B's of
Hyannis, Deb, Tts, Tts, Ha! Ha!
In the bag! when you're in the
bag, you're in the bag!
BRUCE ALAN KRAFT
40 Rolling Lane
"To error is human, to forgive
I will never forgeti ATA, the
ski trip and the Bob.
Fm crazy abouti Driving.
Soph. Class Comm., Goodwin
House Council, J.V. Tennis,
Bridge Club 1, 2, 3, Investment
Club 3, Senior Homeroom Man-
ager, Intramural Basketball 1,
2, 3, Intramural Wrestling 2, 3,
JOYCE S. KRAMER
136 Clark St.
"Today is the tomorrow you
worried about yesterday, there
is always a tomorrow but to-
rnorrow never comes."
Drama Club, Folk Music Club,
Makeup Committee, Senior Sup-
18 Bemuth Rd.
As a part of my life, high school
was just a minor incident with
a few spectacular events inclu-
I'll never forget! The wild times
at B.F.'s house, our adventure
with the Matrose, and finally the
giggling and cackling at Expo.
CAll the talks serious or not
with Mr. Sanborn.J - But re-
member it is only minor mem-
58 Jane Rd.
I'11 never forgetl S.A.R.
I'm crazy about! Half the time.
Varsity Soccer 2, 3, Cross Coun-
try 1, Intramural Basketball 2,
3, Intramural Wrestling 2, 3,
Regulus Ad Staff, Track, Ski
Club, Blue Squad 2, 3.
JORDAN L. KRAMER
136 Clark St.
"What we are is God's gift to
What we become is our gift to
I leave to NSHS: None too
I'1l never forget! The summer
of '67 with Jan.
Chess Club, Chess Team, De-
bating Society, Math Club,
Goodwin House Representative
Look, lady, I don't wanna hafta get tough-put da money
in da bag.
JUDITH A. KUTNICK
40 Jane Rd.
"Don't talk about what you have
done or what you are going to
do-do it and let it speak for
I'll never forgeti Iota Phi,
LCLKW, Rte. 128, Our boys,
the duckybod, my great summers
C.M., wood samplings in her
den, Mailbox, rags, my F.K.B-
Class Comm. Rep. 1, 2, Dene-
bola 1, Blue Squad 2, 3, French
Club 1, Junior Prom, Senior
Prom, Senior Supper, Ski Club,
Pep Squad, Tennis 3.
70 Farina Rd.
157 Dickerman Rd.
I leave to Mr. Lambert! Our
famous G block class.
I take with me as I leave New-
ton South the girl I adore-
Good luck to all the kids in the
Highlands. After college, if I
go, I'1l get married.
228 Wiswall Rd.
"Nothing harms a person more
than too much formal educa-
Advice to Sophomoresi It will
get worse before it gets better!
I'l1 always rememberi The good
times I had with the kids and
the good and bad teachers. J.M.!
-Woo1worth's!-O.P. and the
and Winnie the Pooh!
Regulus Circulation Staff 1, 2, 3.
25 Audubon Drive
"Experience is the child of
thought, and thought is the child
of Action. We cannot learn men
I'l1 never forgetr Adeline, Henry
Garcia, and Mr. Brouillette.
Math Club 1, 2, 3g Musical 2,
3g Arts Festival 2, 33 Chess
Club 3, Investment Club 33
Regulus Advertising and Publi-
city 3g Concert Ghoir 3, Folk
Music Club 3g Denebola Adver-
tising 23 Senior Supper Com-
mitteeg Senior Prom Committee.
AMY BETH LEADER
44 Stony Brac Rd.
28 Wade St.
"When your friend leaves you,
you grieve not, for what you
love most in him is clearer in
his absence, as the mountain is
to the climber."
I'll never forget! The great times
with S.R., R.F., Iota, and J and
M.B., Friday night in July be-
fore ten pick up trucks, West-
worth Hall, hike to Sebago.
A.F.S.g Senior Supperg Wheeler
Decorations Comm., Wheeler
House Rulesg Tutoringg Junior
Prom, French Clubg Library
110 Chestnut St.
What would happen if: I never
went to the Emerson dance two
I'm crazy aboutr B.J.L., the
Highlands playground and Sock-
I leave to NSHS2 My notes
from Transcription, the mem-
ories of shorthand and that
123 Clark St.
"Cease your petty aims-
to be accepted
in a world which
excepts no one-
For we are but
in the grass."
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3g French Club 1,
2, 3g Denebola Circulation 1, 29
Denebola Ad Staff 3g Ski Club
lg House Council 3.
14 Parker Terrace
"lt is not the brains that matter
most, but that which guides
them-the character, the heart,
generous qualities, progressive
49 Dedham St.
As we look ahead to the future,
may we gaze for a moment to
the sunset of the past and see
not the gray clouds but the
glowing happy memories.
:ii W if?
MARLENE P. LERISH
5 Longmeadow Rd.
"The past - well it's just like
our dear Great-Aunt Laura,
who cannot or will not perceive
that though she is welcome and
though we adore her, yet now
it is time to leave."
I'll never forgeti Group II and
the gruesome foursome.
I leave to NSHS2 My lost as-
signment books. 6
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Suma Club 2g
Blueprint 2g French National Ho-
nor Society 2, 3g Senior Supper.
129 Oxford Rd.
"I do not think that winning is
the most important thing. I
think winning is the only thing."
Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, J.V. 1,
Football 2, Soccer lg Junior and
Senior Class Comm.g Wheeler
House Council 1, 2, Math Team
3, Key Club 2.
JEROLD ROBERT LEVIN
20 Selwyn Rd.
Fondest memoryt Study Hall C
Block in my sophomore year
with Mr. Silverman.
I'm crazy abouti Classes with
no homework and teachers who
don't give any.
Prophecy! Some day somebody
will like the school ring.
Marching Band lg Investment
Club 35 Denebola Ad Staff 2,
3, Spanish Club 2, 3g Senior Sup-
RICHARD J. LEVIN
60 White Oak Rd.
"Not that I love study less, but
that I love fun more."
What would happen if! Burton
Cohen's had been cancelled?
I'll never forgeti The G.T.'s
with the boys, Jodo's pizza par-
ty, the great all nighter, Don-
Fraser-a good man, a few fros-
tics on Waban Ave., and the
affairs with the N.P.D.
J.V. Cross Country lg Varsity
2, 3, Basketball 1, 2g Intramural
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Investment
Club 1, 2, 3g Class Comm. lg
Ski Club 1, 2, 3.
FREDRIC N. LEVINE
60 Farina Rd.
"It's better to be quiet and be
thought a fool than to open
your mouth and remove all
The vacations were great. I
won't forget playing with my
band at different places on week-
ends or the yellow 442 that
Investment Club, Music, Home-
workg More Homework.
ROBERT PAUL LEVINE
86 Winston Rd.
I am deeply indebted, and wish
to express my sincere apprecia-
tion toi Warren Beatty's Cape,
Peter Fonda's Philosophy, Asti
-a drop of happiness, and the
genievre spirit, without which I
would never have survived.
Sophomore Class Presidentg Jun-
ior Class Presidentg Associates
Council 1, 2, Vice-President 3,
Basketball 1, 2, Captain 33
House Council 1, Blue Squad 2g
Baseball lg Track 2g Reflections
JEROME DAVID LEVINE
11 Solon St.
Goodwin "Jerry" '
"You are a child of the uni-
versej you have a right to be
here. Therefore, be at peace
with God, whatever you con-
ceive Him to be,' and whatever
your labors and aspirations, in
the noisy confusion of life, keep
peace with your soul. With all
its shame, drudgery and broken
dreams, it is still a beautiful
I shall remember: Class Presi-
dency, My friends, V.P., Musi-
cals, Associates Councils, J.V.
Baseball, Proms, Joe AOA.
30 Philbrick Rd.
"Your friend is your needs an-
swered. He is your field which
you sow with love and reap
with thanksgiving. And He is
your board and your fireside.
For you come to him witlz your
hunger and you seek him for
I'll never forgeti June 16, '72,
laissez-faire, L.Z. and S.M.,
I , ,,'
SUSAN JANE MALMAD
37 Stony Brae Rd.
Cutler "Sue", "Mal", "Suey"
" .... and miles to go before
I sleep .... "
That weekend at U. Mass., subs
on that cold day, garcia, the
BPL, the T.D. crowd, redhead
mothers, Harper Convention and
Memorial Day '66, changing
clothes on the subway, my per-
sonal fiascos, the Randolph So-
cial, and Sue's surprise party.
The yesterdays are vivid. Today
is vague, and tomorrow is eter-
nity, until it's too quickly turned
JEFFREY C. MAGNET
119 McCarthy Rd.
"Kisses Sweeter than wine."
I'll never forgeti The night at
the airport . . . Roy?
I'm crazy about! 'Bonnie and
Ambition! To become a pro-
ROBERT L. MANDELL
287 Spiers Rd.
"Nothing is at last sacred but
the integrity of your own mind".
Intramural Basketball 1, 2 ,3,
Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, Chess Club
and Team 1, 2, 3, Captain
Chess Team 3, Sophomore
Member-at-large to Associates
Council, Wheeler House Council
1, 2, 3, Chairman Ir. Elections
Committee, French Club 2'
Regulus Sports Staff 3, Leader
Stick with me baby and I'll make you a star!
PATRICIA A. MANDILE
42 Pennsylvania Ave.
"For without love there is no
I'll never forget: Feb. '66 at
Tony's, Summer of '66 and '67,
Oceola and Buckets and Barth-
Favorite saying! What's it to
What would happen if! The
Highland kids deserted the do-
Child Care Work Study 3.
DONNA LEE MANFREDI
44 Beecher Pl.
"l am runnin' in a fair race with
no racetrack but the night and
no competition but tlze dawn."
I'll never forgeti '66 and M.S.
summers at Matt., Dylan, Expo
'67, our gang, parties, 2130 and
that week, D.R., Halloween '66.
21 Littlefield Rd.
"Grow up! we tell others calmly
sucking our thumbs."
I'll never forgetf Iota, BCJKLW
and BBJLS, the boy I'm going
to marry, the morgue, the 7th
game, that night at SR's with
C.D. and B.W., Cheerleading,
summer of '67, and the memory
of a dear friend.
Wheeler House Council I, GAA
2, 3, Junior Prom, Wheeler
Commons Room, French Club
I, 2, Senior Supper, Cheer-
JANE EVE MARCUS
273 Dedham St.
". . . man is unware of being
born . . . and he forgets to
I remember certain violent gym
classes, and others that were
barely alive, two signs that are
not on the road anymore, May
20, '66 and July '64, people
running through the jungle, subs
in the Fenway, the BPL, Fi-
lene's truck, movies and movies,
wait 'til fall. we try harder,
Harper does it better, some en-
chanted evening, and the Celtics
and JJG Miami.
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14 Hullcrest Circle
Nous apprenons-non pas pour
Mais pour la salle de con-
Aprendemos no para la vida,
pero para la sala de conferencia.
Discimus Non Pro vita sed pro
I'll never forgeti No brakes, the
rock and Jan baby.
Sophomore Class Rep.g Drama
1, 3g A.F.S. 3, Stage Crew 33
Track 25 Hockey 3g Volleyball
33 Denebola Circulation Staff 23
G.A.A.g 1, 2, 3.
JEFFREY R. MARKS
94 Redwood Rd.
Wheeler "Marksie", "Jake",
I'll never forgeti My first night
at C.A., R, W, M, W-H-T-
L-O-T-M, The Girlsi C.D., K.S.,
L.W., L.M., W.W., S.B., S.J.,
D.O.g down the Cape on a
beach with my car.
I leaver B.W. a full wardrobe,
S.R. looking for Smokey, B.L.
Stanford and China Sails.
Famous last words: I'll do it at
12 Burnside Rd.
"The soul is a temple and God
is silently building it day by
I'll never forget! J.F., soph-
omore year at South and the
wonderful time at the prom.
My ambition! to teach children
what I never understood until
I leave Newton South, would
you believe regretfully?
965 Chestnut St.
"It's better to have loved and
lost than to have never loved
What would I do without Cleo?
I'm crazy about: E.A.
I'll never forgeti Oct. 21, ,67
MIKE MASTERS A
169 Grove St.
"Let today embrace the past
with rememberance and the fu-
ture with longing."
I 4 News
MARY E. MATTHEWS
148 Dickerman Rd.
"There are none so blind as
those who will not see."
I'm crazy abouti 2, 5.1
I'll never forget! Cold Springs,
my black eye, 2, 5, week-ends
down the "Highs", lean one,
T.B., "chases," J.T. and Mr.
People say! 'School's for the
birds,' but it's nice to know how
JOHN MC CARTHY
1156 Bolyston St.
Goodwin "Jack", "Howie"
"I f you lzaven't done it-do it-
and don't hesitate."
I leave to NSHSI Many hours
of detention with no-neck.
I'll never forget the night with
knock-kneed Nick on Heath St.
Blue Squad 3, Senior Supper 3.
JUSTIN MC CARTHY
23 Glenwood Ave.
BONNIE L. Mc CLORY
25 Chase St.
Wheeler "Bon", "Reggie"
"Picture yourself in a boat on
a river, with tangerine trees and
marmalade skies. . . . Somebody
calls you, you answer quite slow-
yl, the girl with Kaleidoscope
"'There's no time to lose,' I
heard her say 'Catch your
dreams before they slip away.
Dying all the time, to see your
dreams and you will lose your
mind,-ain't life unkind?"'
I'll never forgeti Jeff.
GEORGE G. MC KINNEY
38 Stearns St.
"You don't miss your water till
the well runs dry."
I'm crazy abouti Sweet soul
Music, swinging parties, drags.
Favorite Sayingi What's hap-
pening? "hey man"
I leave to NSHSZ A long line
of McKinneys and a new group
of unknowing "NSEP Draftees".
Blue Squad 1, 2, 3g Varsity
Football 1, 2, 3g Intramural
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Intramural
Wrestling 1, 2, 3g Key Club 2g
Varsity Club 2, 3.
SCOTT ALAN MEDOFF
34 Renee Ter.
Proverbial Advicef "You can't
alter fate, so sit back and enjoy
I'll never forgetl My Soph-
omore and Junior years with
Knick and the "maids" or the
I leave to NSHS2 My locker
and the scuff marks from my
J.V. Football lg J.V. Wrestling
l, 2g Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
EDWARD MC DONALD
156 Warren St.
VIRGINIA MC DONALD
559 Boylston St.
Sunslzine-seeking snatclz the sky
Drink a rainbow with your eyes
Cry a minute, laugh for three
Leave the world and play with
Flower-fetching feel the air
Dancing sunsefs secret prayer
Light a candle, live the flame
Happiness is much the same
JOSEPH A. MC VEIGH
66 Norwood Ave.
"Love really has nothing to do
with wisdom or experience or
logic. It is the prevailing breeze
in the land of youth."
I'll never forgeti September 10,
a certain picnic, Gloucester,
N.H., the cabin.
Cutler House Council 1, 2, 35
Associates Council 23 Junior
Prom Committee: Senior Prom
Committceg Senior Supper.
247 Spiers Rd.
"Too often people are hurt by
one who fails to stop and think
before speaking, one moment of
thoughtful hesitation may save
pain and preserve' friendship."
I'll never forget! Our trip to
New York for the day!
What would happen if! Big B.
and Little B. had puppies?
French Club 1, 23 A.F.S. 1, 25
Junior Prom, Regulus Circula-
tion Staffg Senior Prom.
51 Holly Rd.
SUSAN E. MERIAN
120 Dickerman Rd.
"All the world's a stage. And
all the men and women merely
NSHS . . . a three-act play
. . . masks of frustration, antic-
ipation, disappointment, happi-
ness . . . critics' reaction? . . .
only the future will tell . . .
French Club 1, Treasurer 2,
President 3, Regulus Data Editor
3, Latin Club 2, 3, Wheeler
House Council 2, French Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3,
Musical 2, 3, Senior Supper,
WALTER H. MILGROOM
51 Holly Rd.
Goodwin "Wally", "Waldo"
"Don't spend your life trying to
fill your wallet, for one day
you'll find your wallet full and
your heart empty."
I'll never forgeti Searching on
Nov. 25, and the wonderful
year that followed with a very
special girl - forever would be
nice. The good times of '67 with
the Waban boys.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2,
3, Cross Country 2, 3, Blue
Squad 2, 3, Leader Corps 3,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
155 Lake Ave.
"Man is the rival of other men,
he delights in competition, and
this leads to ambition which
passes too easily into selfish-
I am in love with life, looking
for for that girl, and I envy
Stan and Karyn.
I am not listing my activities
because, if a yearbook serves as
a reminder to those looking
back at their high school years,
then people will not remember
me as a bunch of activities, but
rather, as a person. Yak!
24 Harrison St.
MARILYN S. MILLER
231 Spiers Rd.
I'll never forget! N.N., B.,
A.E., and C., a certain Sunday
at Redsam's, right Karel?, Delta,
MAGGOT, a special weekend
Aug. 15, '66, huh. Chip?, And,
of course, Jack, the Sunday
rides, all our fights, July 19,
'66, and all the other wonder-
ful moments that followed ....
French Club 1, 2, Leader Corps
1, Blue Squad 3, Senior Supper,
Senior Prom, Regulus Copy
DANIEL s. MILLER
178 Baldplate Hill' Rd.
"He that ceaseth to be a friend
never was a good one."
I prophesy: Every Newton
South student will buy a Student
Activities Ticket next year.
Investment Club 1, 2, 3, Math
Club 1, 2, 3, Debating Society
1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2.
78 Lovett Rd.
Cutler "Ralph", "Mike", "Mick"
"Only the Black Rose."
Library Club 1, Chess Club 3.
KENNETH G. MILLER
17 Chilton Place
Prediction! Newton South ' will
sink back into the swamp it
was built over.
Advice to Sophomoresl Flunk
now, avoid the June Rush.
I leave to NSHSI It's crowded
corridors, and mini-skirts.
I remember my Homeroom Card
Games, after they were illegal,
Television, Stereo, and the huge
book cover paper airplane fights.
Newton South Bowling League!
HOWARD L. MINTZ
42 Sevland Rd.
One who says that school is a
great thrill, has a lot to learn.
The unforgettablesi Mr. Shaw,
Miss Nixon, Mr. Alleva, South
High woods and Cabot field.
President of Ham Radio Clubg
NSHS Bowling Leagueg Invest-
sk.: :rl i C
SUSAN R. MIRANDA
131 Upland Rd.
"True love is like ghosts which
everybody talks about and few
I'll never forget! times in Mont-
real, New Years '65 and F.S.,
NEFTY and how it began and
ended a wonderful thing.
I'm crazy about! Sports, people,
Gymnastics 2, 35 Wheeler House
Council Chairman 3g G.A.A.g
A.F.S. 2, 3, Regulus Circulation
Staffg Senior Supper Committeeg
DAVID W. MOORE
15 Oak Terrace
I'll never for et! How the
guidance counselors tried and
South's swimming pool.
What would happen if! Mr.
Brouillette missed a car acci-
Intramural Basketball 2g Varsity
Football Trainer 3.
' if .WT
, 4' 'rpg 5,
222 Spiers Rd.
Cutler "Kelly", "Joani"
"Reliigon was made to bring
people closer together, not sep-
I'll never forget! Patty.
I'll always rememberf The great
times with him and "The Ton,"
FOMA, BuBu, the two great
escapes, "like wow", Alice in
Wonderland, the manikin in
G.C., horseback riding and my
Cutler House Council 23 Senior
Class Comm.g Cutler House
Music Nightg Senior Supperg
MARK A. MORDECAI
89 Beethoven Ave.
"Consider the little mouse, how
sagacious an animal it is which
never entrusts its life to one
I'll never forgetf The midnight
reading of Huck Finn and The
Class Comm. l, 2, 33 Goodwin
House Council l, 2, 33 In-
tramural Basketball l, 2, 3g
Blue Squad 2, 33 Prom Comm.
2, 35 Senior Supper.
79 Sevland Rd.
"It's getting better all the time
I used to get mad at my school.
The teachers that taught me
weren't cool Your holding me
down turning me round Filling
me up with your rules I've got
to admit it's getting better
How about that nite in Amster-
dam-the dead end street "The
Club"-Aug. 31, '66-128-Will
the Olds and the Vette ever
Debating Societyg Spanish Clubg
Little Mary Sunshine.
33 Philbrick Rd.
I'll never forget! Mr. Slater's
class when we used to guess
how late George would come in
and a certain day last summer.
Blue Squad 2.
Why don't you use your bean and vote for Jerry Levine . .
21 High Rock Terrace
"His life is a pursuit of a pursuit
It is the future that creates his
All is an interminable chain of
"I am waiting-
Perpeutally and forever,
A renaissance of wonder."
Denebola Editor-in-Chief, Whee-
ler House V.P. 2, Senior Sup-
per, Senior Symposium, Assoc-
iates Council 1, 2, 3.
124 Ridge Ave.
"To dream the impossible dream
to fight the unbeatable foe."
Most .Rewarding Experiences!
"C.B. my guiding light", Eng-
lish taught by the "Slater
Cutler House Council 1, Senior
Class Committee, Varsity Soc-
cer 1, 2, 3, Editor of Blueprints
2, Denebola 1, 2, Sports Editor
3, Regulus Sports Staff 3, De-
bating Club 3, Student Ex-
change Program 1, Senior Sup-
per, Key Club 2.
KAREN JEAN MURRAY
19 Beecher Terrace
"Of all weapons love is the most
deadly and devastating."
I'll never forget! B.B. with Mell,
Expo '67, the '61 Chevy, 1287,
Summer '67, Wilum, the escape,
2230 with two pals, Our gang
8: Nov. 9.
Favorite Pastimer Long talks.
Fondest memory! Feb. 21.
Blue Squad, Senior Prom, Sen-
LINDA LEE NAHABEDIAN
14 Hollis St.
Cutler "Nasty", "Naha"
GRACE HOPE MUSCARELLA
22 Beecher Place
"T he soul of a journey is liberty
to think, feel and do as one
pleases, my soul is among lions."
I'll never forgeti Cheerleading,
F.O.M.A., Rothie's Raiders, 6
years of friendship, my impossi-
ble dream, nightly hops across
the street, la! D.W.'s N.Y.E.
party, B.S.'s victory parties, a
Weston dance, Chinese Red
Lights, all the G.T.'s, and our
great football team.
Cheerleader Captain 3, Major-
ette 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Senior
CAROL LEE NEITLICH
59 Marcellus Dr.
I'll never forgeti Those great
weekends on the wagon, odd
headaches Monday mornings,
breakfast at Dunk's, school days
I leave you my sister. The three
of us had some great times. Y-
Block English 4 years ago. I
wouldn't wish 4 years in here to
my worst enemy. That couch
in Cutler House oflice reserved
for the 3 of us. I leave my
RONALD E. NELSON
18 Clovelly Rd.
"Never put oy? until tomorrow
what can be done today."
I leave to NSHSZ My boring
study halls and Western Tradi-
I'll never forget! 'The 2ND '66
Marion game, the game that I
pitched, Mr. Petrillo's Spanish
classes and our great x block in
Hockey 1, 2, 3, I.V. Basketball
2, 3, Varsity Baseball 4, Com-
mons Room Comm. 3. '67 -'68.
11 Aubudon Drive
"In love one has the need of
being believed, in friendship of
I'll never forgeti Horseback rid-
ing at Redsam's, a certain
French Canadian, huh Joanie?,
and three great years with him.
Senior Class Comm., Senior
Supper, Senior Prom, Blue
Squad, French Club 2, 3.
memory to you.
"A friend is never known until
a man has need."
I'll never forget! Iota Phi, Oct.
14, '66, The summer of '67, C
Block study '66-'67, Sidney Hill
Country Club, Soft, The mud
puddle with Sandie, and the
memory of a dear friend.
Senior Class Sec., Wheeler
House Council 1, Copy Ed.
Blueprint 2, Class Comm. 1,
Regulus Circ. Staff 1, 2, 3,
Blue Squad 3, French Club 1,
2, Junior Prom Tickets 2,
89 Oakdale Rd.
"It 'is better for a man to keep
his mouth shut and be thought
a fool than to open it and re-
move all doubt."
Senior Supper 3, Activities
Comm. 3, Varsity Football Man-
ager 2, Junior Varsity Tennis 1,
All-Newton Bowling League 3.
14 Great Meadow Rd.
"Just when you think lomorrow
will never come, it's yesterday."
I'll never forget? Pudge, Rag,
and Nose, "my yellow 'bird',"
Concord '66, "lock it Lili," Ray-
nace, June 13, '67, 62 years, and
Pet Peevet Porch doors.
French Club 1, 2, 3, Regulus
Ad Staff 3, Blue Squad 3,
Wheeler House Lounge 2, 3,
Junior Prom, Senior Supper,
Senior Prom, Wheeler House
341 Elliot St.
Wheeler "Dimples", "Joe"
"Variety is the spice of life."
I'll never for et' Fb 3 '67
g ' e ' 9 1
Sept. 14, '67, Cleo, Quack-
Quack, Upper Falls Playground.
Favorite pastimei The Corner,
I'm crazy about! 23-14-1.
What would happen if! Ann
never got married?
I leave to NSHS1 My two
Favorite saying! What's hap-
A DENEBOLA pin-up!
JUNE ELLEN NOON
66 Nardell Rd.
"Laugh and the world laughs
I'll never forgeti Mouth's vaca-
tion, Friendly's, Thumb, P.A.,
Tam, Tamis, summers at Wingo,
Denebola Reporter, Blue Squad,
Drama Guild, A.F.S., Senior
Prom, Senior Supper, Future
Teachers of America.
STUART J. ,NOVICK
51 Upland Rd.
"God created woman. And bore-
dom did indeed cease from that
I'll never forgeti The midnight
reading of Huck Finn and The
I'll always remember! That cer-
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural
Wrestling 2, 3, Blue Squad 2, 3,
Goodwin House Council 3,
Prom Comm. 2, 3, Senior Sup-
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205 Waban Ave.
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HILMA BETH O'BRIEN
16 Anita Circle
The things I'll remember are
this school and the friends I've
made and the good times I've
I'll never forget? Dirty D., Ex-
po, Sue, Scott, Minny, A Cam-
aro, A Corvair, the Braintree
"Blow Out", the Sq., J.F., Tink,
Brae Burn, and Brad's Parties.
CAROL A. O'CONNOR
36 Erie Ave.
Cutler "Carolie" "Polic"
I'm crazy aboutf S.M., Pizza,
and stuffed animals.
I'll nevcr forgeti April 10, '66,
prom of '66, April 2, '66, all
the fun in the youth room, and
that great bunch of kids.
I leave to NSHSI A clean Home
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
Field Hockey I, Volleyball 3.
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70 Woodcliff Rd.
Never forgeti 128 with N.L.,
R.D., M.C., M.T., and the 24
hour hamburger. and P2 L2 N2.
I leave to NSHS2 A whistle for
Mr. Carey, and all the yellow
slips. There were enough to
wallpaper the whole school.
I'm nuts about! Numbnuts.
I thank Newton South High for
the smoking lounge in Cutler
Pet Peevei Being called Karen.
BRUCE JOEL OLANS
156 Woodcliff Rd.
"There is so much good in the
worst of us and so much bad
in the best'of us, that it be-
hooves any of us to find fault
with the rest of us."
I'm crazy abouti E.S.R. and the
I'll never forgeti Miami '67,
getting lost on side streets, April
1, 1967, summer '66 and the
Junior Promg Investment Clubg
Regulus Ad Staff, Basketball 1,
Senior Supper, Denebola Ad
Staff, Intramural Basketball 1,
2, 3, Senior Promg Baseball 3.
241 Elliot St.
"There are places I'll remember
all my life though some have
changed. Some forever, not for
better. Some have gone and
some remain, all these places
have their moments with lovers
and friends I still can recall.
Some are dead and some are
living. In my life I've loved
95 Larchmont Ave.
"Better by far you should for-
get and smile than you should
remember and be sad."
I'll never forgeti The student
parking lot, summer of '66,
WTBWLOVTNS, Expo 8-8, El
Capo clean-up committee, Tas-
tee's, MMM, SHA SHA, riding,
The Great Escape, flat tires,
Junior and Senior Proms '67,
and Ernie Boch.
Leader Corps lg Blue Squad,
Volleyball 2g Junior Promg Red
Crossg Senior Supper, Senior
Promg Goodwin House Rep.
26 Bowen St.
"At times it seems that books
will fly away, and not come
back. But that doesn't hold true
because books always seem to
fly back to you. You have to
decide if you accept them or
ELLEN SUE ORNE
68 Old Farm Rd.
"A love that can stand the test
of time, will last forever."
I'll never forgetr Iota Phi Con-
vention '66 and '67, fantastic
summers at Harwichport with
Barb, waiting for the mailman
summer '67, weekends at Q.C.,
sophomore year with G.G.
Fondest Memories! April 22,
'66 and wonderful times with
Kenny in Cleveland, Boston,
Harwichport, and California
I leave to NSHS2 A certain
House Council 2, 3g Senior
24 Kerr Path
Cutler "Debbie," "Deb"
"They are not long, the days. of
wine and roses, out of a misty
dream our path emerges for a
while, then closes within a
I'll never forgetr Him, times
with S. and CH., G., E., J., S-,
L., Driver Ed., Tam-tams, all
the tears and all the fun.
I prophesy: By the time I'm
101, I'll still be the twins'
I'm crazy aboutr Chimps, S.
and CH., Tammy.
Senior Supperg Blue Squad.
PAUL J. PAGLIA
141 Cypress St.
"Most of us know how to say
nothing. Few of us know when."
"A ncora im para."
Regulus Advertising Staff 3,
French National Honor Society
2, Senior Supper, Senior Class
Committee, Senior Prom.
518 Quinobequin Rd.
"If something is worth doing,
it's worth doing well."
Favorite sayingi "Good grief!"
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Concert
SUSAN E. PANELLA
34 Larchmont Ave.
Wheeler "Sue" g
Favorite pastime! Hyannis '66-
'67, Expo, "A.I.C."
I'll never forgeti Labor Day '67,
Hyannis, C.B.P.-'67, "Braintree
Blowout", M.J.J.", J.F., O.B.
CO.F.C.J, C.S., "T," "5!A.M.,"
A.F.S., Blue Squad, School
SUSAN E. PARMENTER
1645 Centre St.
". . . But you can fool some of
the people some of the time."
I'l1 never for et the "To
8 5 P Of
the Hub", Summer '66, or from
April to July '67.
I'm crazy about! His crazy
crooked smile and stuffed ani-
Field Hockey 1, 3, Senior Sup-
per, Blue Squad, Denebola Ad
RICHARD ALAN PAUL
98 Dorcar Rd.
"Our greatest glory is not in
failing but in rising every time
I'll never forget! Fred's brewery,
a couple of bothersome visitors
at Morse's and the Chestnut
Hill Country Club.
I leave to NSHSI One Tiny
Tennis 1, 2, Intramural Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, Investment Club 1,
2, A.F.S. 3, Senior Supper,
GEORGE L. PARDI
109 High St.
I'll always remember! Those
long days I spent dreaming in
the Commons Room, and those
people, teachers and students
alike, who made my stay at
South High a very enjoyable
Definition of lunch periodsi con-
test to see who can stuff him-
self the most in 15 minutes.
In 5 years Cutler House will be
"Right!,', "What's an ark '233' ",
"Sock it to me baby!"
Chess Club .
He has discovered our transmitter, Vladimir. Now he must
6 Glastonbury Oval
"You stand in your own
I'll never forgeti Special
ends at UFF's, forch tort,
beams and broken bones,
cars, nutriment, Linda's
Rayanace, always keep a
4 sneaking in the drive-in
ing doors at 2 A.M., moon-
bestest friend, I love twins,
ovens, and salt.
A.F.S., Blue Squad, Regulus Ad
Staff, Math Club, Senior Priv-
ileges, Senior Supper, Senior
Prom, Denebola Circulation
Staff, Wheeler House Lounge.
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85 Floral St.
Varsity Football 2, 3, J.V. Foot- ,
Wonderful work we do with retarded children. gala 1, Hockey 2, 3, Blue Squad
GREG L. PHILLIPS
41 Avalon Rd.
Goodwin "Phil," "Dorf"
"They built great dams and
erected barbed wire fences, yet
the good times just kept rolling."
I'll never forgetr The Cape, the
great all-nighters, cottage No. 5,
my best friend Bud, Donald J.
Fraser, "Berm's Leola, Jodo's
Pizza party, and S.A.K.
Goodwin House Council, As-
sociates Council 3, Soccer 2,
Intramurals, Musical 1, Junior
Class Committee, Senior Sup-
per, Youth Center Committee 1,
2, Blue Squad 3, H.L.M. 2, 3.
JAMES T. PHILLIPS
62 Chester St.
I'll never forgeti .T.R., the sum-
mer of '66, P Town, August 21,
that log cabin.
Blue Squad 1, 2, 3, Spanish
Club 1, Leader Corps 3, In-
tramural Sports 1, 2, Hockey 3.
STEPHEN E. PENNY
44 Lakewood Rd.
"Most of us know how to say
nothing. Few of us known
I'll never forget: Mr. Waugh's
What would Mr. Neel do if
Homeroom was quiet?
Football, Stage Crew 1, Regu-
lus Advertising Staff 3, Senior
CAROL JANE PHILLIPS
152 Clark St.
"My temples throb, my pulses
I'm sick of Song and Ode and
Zo! Thyrsrs, take the Midnight
And pour it on a lobster salad."
Question for NSHS: Why?
Fencing, Volleyball, Badminton,
French Club, A.F.S., Bridge
Club, Music Club, Field Hock-
ey, Basketball, French National
225 Dorset Rd. .
"The night is not dark if you
open your eyes."
I'll never forget! A year and
two months, the Hill, skipping
study with Cami, poetry with
Dana, homeroom and Jelf D.,
remember the night I lost my
temper - Nancy?
What would happen ifi What
Bonnie told me was true?
I leave to NSHSI Papers, a
nickle, a cook book, and indi-
Folk Club, Radio Station.
7 Larkspur Rd.
A pipe and a Mustache, Frozen
Cars, Snowstorms, The Rotary
at 2200 A.M. and "Charley",
The Zoo1's Poll, Letting Gelorge
Fry, Cast Parties and Missing
Pizzas, The "Group", Tute and
Frute, Hip, Cloud i,t9, My Con-
science, Linda-a!, Prunes, Mid-
night Walks, Morning Talks and
P.T., Witches, and a Certain
Musical 1, 2, 3, "Dark of The
Moon" 3, "Synthesis" 2, Class
Committee 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 1,
2, 3, Concert Choir 1, 3.
27 Village Circle
"T wo leaps per chasm are fatal."
I leave to Newton South any-
thing that I didn't take with me.
I'll always remember my Biology
class. I hope that Mr. Brouil-
lette survives his driving les-
sons. Good luck to the Stage
Chess Club 1, 2, 3g Chess Team
2, Treas. 3g Stage Crew 1, 2, 3g
Math Club 2, 3g Ham Radio
Club 1. 2g Treas. H.R.C.g Junior
Promg Senior Promg Senior Sup-
perg Senior Class Committeeg
Activities Committee 35 Newton
South Youth Center Committee.
80 Dedham St.
"Accept a person for what he
is and not for what you want
him to be."
I leave to NSHS2 My Junior
year to anyone who can handle
I'll never forgett Oct. 15, '66,
Nov. 23, '66 or the 3200 trash!
What would happen iff They
ever moved Countryside and you
got to sew your pants?
I'll always remember! The Joy
he brought. Thanks Jay.
Claim to fame! Live each day
as it comes.
DEBORAH M. POSTER
199 Dorset Rd.
"I had a pleasant time with my
mind, for it was happy."
I'll never forgetl Camp Matoaka,
San Juan, Chicago, San Fran-
cisco, L.A., and Western Holi-
A.F.S. lg French Club lg Wheel-
er House Councilg Junior Class
Comm.g Regulus Art Staffg
Wheeler Decorationsg Blue
Squadg Musical Scenery 1, 2, 33
Junior Prom Decorationsg Senior
WILLIAM B. PLOTKIN
56 Littlefield Rd.
"Education is an admirable
thing, but it is well to remem-
ber from time to time that
nothing that is worth knowing
can be taught."
Prophecyf Someday the na-
tionally undefeated Newton
South golf team will play in a
Golf Team 1, 2, 3: Math Tu-
torial Program 2g Chairman 3g
Math Club 1, 2, 3g Investment
Club 2, 31 French National
Honor Society 2, 3g Intramural
Basketball 23 Bridge Club 1, 2.
ELIZABETH A. POPLIN
30 Voss Terrace
"When things look dark, pre-
tend you are in tlze nebulae An-
dromeda looking down at your-
self on earth. How small and
trivial do your troubles seem in
A.F.S.g French Clubg French
National Honor Society, Quill
and Scrollg Denebola 1, Assist-
ant Feature Editor 2, Assistant
THERESE F. PRECIOUS
15 Shawmut Park
"If I had not known such great
sorrow, I could never possess
the happiness I do today."
I'll never forgett Those 5'l0" of
pure sweetness, that strong
shoulder, the Sherman guys and
the wonderful weekend of Oct.
I'm crazy about! That certain
Business Work Study 3.
1661 Centre St.
"Life is not a spectacle or a
feast: it is a predicament."
I leave to NSHS2 my beat Phil-
osophy and Ethics class.
What would happen ifi Mmoo-
wa used curl free?
J.V. Hockey Team l, 23 Varsity
Hockey Team 3.
SHELDON JAY PRICE
31 Park Drive
"Man should work eight hours
and sleep eight hours but not
both at the same time."
Sophomore yeari Joined Chess
Club, Latin Club, and was a
voting member to the Mass.
Junior Classic League the year
the Latin Club won first prize
Junior year! Joined Chess Club,
Latin Club on the honor roll all
Senior yeari Joined Chess Club,
Latin Club, Math Club Math
16 Stiles Terrace
One thing that used to bother
me about South was that the
custodians couldn't wait till the
kids got out of school so they
could start to polish the corridor
floors. The reason South must
fall is that you have too many
profoundly different people who
don't care about each other.
All you can do is try to be as
happy as you can, it'll go away.
At South love is a convenience
and friendship a working rela-
JONATHAN D. RABEN
703 Chestnut St.
Cutler and Wheeler "Jon"
'Dispense with the circumlocu-
I'll always remember! Debbie,
N.H. Junior Prom. School Band
40 Heatherland Rd.
"If you don't stand for some-
thing, you will fall for every-
I'll never forget! Corcan St.
and going to the circle.
I leave to NSHSI All my double
Hockey 1, 3g Golf 1, 2, 33 Ski
Club, Intramural Basketball.
STEVEN M. RANKIN
21 Voss Terrace
I'll never forgetl The night at
my house with C.D., B.W., and
L.M., Waterville, Memorial Day
Basketball lg Intramural Sports
1, 2, 3, Blue Squad 3, Wheeler
House Lounge Comm.
What d1d you do with Mrs. Garafolo?
JANICE ANN RICHARDS
19 Waldorf Rd.
"You can't fool all of the people
al lof the time .... "
"Appreciate what you have, for
you never realize how important
it is to you until it is gone."
I'll never forget! Junior Prom,
the summers of '66 and '67.
Favorite sayingl "Right . . ."
Leader Corps 23 Field Hockey
1, 3g Girls Chorus 2, Senior
Supperg Pops Night 23 Wheeler
House Commons Room, Com-
mittee 2, 3g Senior Promg
SUSAN B. RAUTENBERG
70 Neshobe Rd.
Cutler "Suss," "Rot," "Butch"
"Base men in love have then a
nobility in their natures more
than is native to them."
I'll never forgeti R.M., Emily,
Bring It On Home, Lake Waban,
F.O.M.A., Cheerleading, Iawyn,
Rothies Raiders, a Western
dance, chinese red Light, Turkey
'67, Dec. 31, '66 eve, Nancy's
birthday, our football team and
all my little boys, G.T. A.F.S.
Exchange 3g Cheerleading 3g
Class Committee 2, 3, French
National Honor Society 2, 3.
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SHELLEY BETH RICH
270 Arnold Rd.
Goodwin "Shels" "Shelly B."
"About me only swirling snow,
Above me endless space un-
I'll never forget! 'Stubbing toes
with S.H., P.A., M.D., and
P.B.g those great winter week-
ends, Iota, and the fact that
she's always right.
French Club 1, 2g Spanish Club
1, 2g Ski Club lg Senior Supper.
KAREN JOY RICHMAN
28 Truman Rd.
"It is a tree of life to them
that hold fast to it, and every-
one that upholds it is happy.
Its ways are the ways of
pleasantness, and all its paths
I'll never forget! my wonder-
ful friends and interesting ex-
periences at South.
Future Teachers of America 1,
2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 2g Regulus
Art Staff, Senior Supperg A.F.-
S. 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT A. SALTZBERG
79 Brandeis Rd.
I leave to NSHSI A fading
I'll never forget! L.S., two years
of 'blood, wealthy Gamma Nu
convention '66, pumpkins, Bix-
mix in N.Y., and "The Cellar."
J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity
Basketball 3, Intramural Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, Wheeler House
Council, Wheeler House Com-
mons Comm., Senior Supper,
JOEL S. RUDY
14 Melina Rd.
"The past is gone, the present
is now, but there's still the
I'll never forget! The summer of
I leave to NSHS2 The T.V. in
Audio-Visual 2, 3, Current
Events Club 1, 2.
MARY ANN SABETTI
301 Lake Ave.
"The world is hard to love,
though we must love it because
we have no other and not to
love it is not to exist at all."
I leave to NSHS2 My apprecia-
tion to all my teachers.
I'll never forgeti That "magnif-
ico" class with Senor Petrillo'
my life saver, Thomas B. Bricks
No. Carolina, April '67, Mrs.
Glick and the Carrot Club, my
"minor" injuries in basketball.
A.F.S. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3,
Basketball 2, 3.
16 Cavanaugh Path
"May the happiest days of your
past be the saddest days of your
I'll never forgett A certain
French Canadian, huh Karel?,
Delta, a party with Johnny
Mathews and N.N., A.E., F.,
the black tooth, high expecta-
tions with Geri, and all my
H.S. memories .
Senior Supper, Senior Prom'
Wheeler House Council 1, 2, 3,
Wheeler House Senior Comm.,
French Club 1, 2: Regulus Fea-
ture Staff, Blue Squad 3.
5 Village Circle
"A man's pride shall bring him
low, but honor shall uphold the
I'll always remember! Playing
pool at Campus Cue.
What would happen if! P.C.
didn't get his license?
Investment Club, Spanish Club,
Tennis Team: Rowing Team,
Intramurals, Golf Team.
70 Spiers Road
"Cueillez, cueillez votre jeunesse-
Comme a cette fleur, la
Fera ternir votre beautef'
After sixteen, the years pass
twice as fast!
Trite but true! "Carpe Diem!"
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, French Club 2,
3, Future Teachers of America
3, Senior Supper.
1334 Walnut St.
"The motto of chivalry is also
the motto of wisdom, to serve
all, but love only one."
I'll never forget: The winter of
'67, Eping, January 21, bagles,
the red car and our many early
I'm crazy about! Skiing, Cor-
vettes, wild summers and boys
with blue eyes.
What would happen if! The
Strat House weren't there?
A.F.S. 1, 2, Ski Club 1, Dene-
boIa,' Senior Supper, Senior
Prom, Spanish Club 3.
JOAN SHELLEY SALVIN
52 Aberdeen St.
"The bitterest thing in our to-
day's sorrow is the memory of
our yesterday's joy."
I'll never forgeti Yellow Feath-
er, tears, laughter, Iollipops,
special places S. 8z G., the sum-
mer of '67 and "Sonny, thank
you for . . .," goodbye and
"the sadness of a happy time,"
NSEP, L.B. and A.B.'s advice.
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, Folk Music
Club 1, 2, Spring Musical 1, 2,
3, Junior Prom, Regulus Ad
Staff 2, Co-Editor 3, Senior Sup-
per, Senior Prom.
30 Bernard St.
"Man is conceived in sin and
born in corruption and he
passeth from the stink of the
didie to the ,stench of the
I leave to NSI-ISI My little
I'm crazy aboutr Peanut butter
and jelly sandwiches.
EDWARD W. SCHROTER III
JOSEPH P. SARAO
751 Boylston St.
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103 High St.
"Chevys rule." "But I was in
the wrong seat, honest Mr.
I leave to NSHS! My AXA Gas
Chevy and my 50 unanswered
yellow slips with my indefinite
I'm crazy about! Cars, tails,
Confessions! I'm not lazy, I
just work fast. I'm always
Math Club, Science Club, Foot-
ball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, De-
26 Rockledge Rd.
Cutler HJ. Fischer," "Jake"
"The end of man will be that
he will eventually die of civili-
I leave to NSHS! Dave's cave,
Brigg's Burrow, The J.F.S.B.C.P.
I'll never forget! "The Legend".
Sophomore Class Comm., Jun-
ior Class Comm., Varsity Soc-
lcaerl 1, 2, 3, Intramural Basket-
KARYN FAITH SCHEIER
17 Jane Rd.
"The world is a beautiful place
to be born into if you don't
mind happiness not always being
so very much fun."
Recalling my 3 years at NSHS
I'l1 remember always the beau-
tiful times Stan and I had and
the love and understanding we
found. I'1l remember Anne, Deb
and Marge for special friend-
ships and Karen and Marv for
sharing a wonderful senior year.
Most of all Ill never forget
that constant flow of under
64 Bontempo Rd.
"Hath not the potter power
over the clay to make one vessel
unto honor, and another unto
I'll never forget! All night on
the rock with S.S., M.M. "in
the bag" lighting the Vietcong
and those 18 minute Tony's
A.F.S. 1, 2, Co-Chairman 3,
Coed Gymnastics 2, 3, French
Club 1 3' Regulus Ad 1 2 3'
Regulus Circulation 1 3 De
batmg Society 1 Denebola
Feature 1 Cutler House Council
3 Audio Visual 2 Junior Prom
175 Elgin St.
"lt's not how much we have
that makes happiness but how
much we enjoy."
I'll never forget! Always march-
ing out of step in band.
I leave to NSHS! My Home-
Hockey 2, 3, Marching Band
8 Meadowbrook Rd.
"The mind has a thousand eyes,
and the heart but one, Yet the
light of a whole world dies
when love is done."
I'm crazy about! Rock, Jan
Baby, no brakes, June 16, 1972,
beards camels, HBB,s, my Bam-
in, peanut butter, sale vieux
homme, M. Marcel, pink sweet-
Class Committee 1, 2, Council,
Jr. Prom, A.F.S., Folk Music,
Circulation Staff 2, 3.
23 Rotherwood Rd.
"I had no shoes and I com-
plained but then I saw a man
who had no feet."
Dave! Honi soit qui mal y
pense. CGood Storyj
Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, J.V.
Hockey 1, 2, Varsity Hockey 3,
Senior Supper, Wheeler House
Council 3, Key Club 2, French
National Honor Society 2, 3.
16 Sharpe Rd. '
"When you are joyous look
deep into your heart and you
shall jind it is only that which
has given you sorrow that IS
giving you joy."
I'll never forget! Iota, L.C.W.
L.J., Rt. 128, the memory of a
close friend, summer of '67 J.H.,
C.N., Cheerleading, MDBK.
wood samples and my den, mall'
box and Marvin.
Cheerleader 3, French Club,
Blue Squad, Senior Supper, Vol-
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12 Harwich Rd.
For Marblehead, P.T. w
and Pa, the day at the hoof and
mouth and Smokey-Thanx Jim.
Speeding trees, sewing machines,
doorbells, duck, city cars, stuff-
ed lockers, heels and cuffs,
patrol and "We thought at
least you'd do it." Great neigh-
bors and friends, H Block with
D.D., a Colored T.V. and two
Class Committee 2, 3, Plays 2,
3, Denebola 3, Cutler Council
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267 Hartman Rd.
"ln a thousand years we shall
all forget the things that trouble
I'll never forget! "Hics" and
"smacks" with Sandie and
Tobie, Iota, the stolen car,
chocolate babies, magic gloves,
Princeton, and the summer of
'67 with Vic.
French National Honor Society
2, 3, French Club 1, Vice Pres-
ident 2, Associates Council 2,
Wheeler House Council 2,
Senior Class Committee 3, Sen-
ior Supper, Senior Prom.
JAMES S. SHANE
32 Countryside Rd.
Cutler "Jim", "Jimmy"
The things I'll never forget from
my years at Newton South are
my very best favorite, all my
closest friends and all my fa-
Cutler House Council 1, Spring
Musical 1, 2, Homeroom Man-
ager 2, 3, Intramural Basketball
2, 3, Senior Supper, Blue Squad
10 Norwood Ave.
"T wo people cannot long be
friends if they cannot forgive
each other's little failings."
I'll never forget! The day Mrs.
F. didn't show up and O.D.
French National Honor Society
2, 3, French Club 2, 3, F.T.A.
2, 3, Senior Supper, Senior Ac-
ALAN P. SHAW
185 Allen Ave.
Goodwin "Al" "Shawsy"
"Rare is the man that can
weigh one's fault's, without put-
ting his own thumb on the
I'll never forgetr That night at
What' would hapepn if! The
teachers went on strike?
I leave to NSHSI anything,
just let me out of here.
Chess Club 1, Math Club 1,
Intramural Sports 1, 2, All New-
ton Bowling League.
ARNOLD N. SHAINKER
187 Woodcliff Rd.
"He who dries his brother's
tears will never weep alone. He
who calms his brother's fears
need never be afraid."
I'll never forget! Sigma Alpha
Rho-Gamma Nu, Convention
'66-'67 Pasther 167, my 3000
brothers, the weekend 'Pearl was
out, Pum King, Milty, Bessie,
Lillie, B.S.F., N.S.E.P., studies
with H.B., C.B., E.D., R.S.,
M.M., many, Candy's car toy.
Advice to Sophst Join SAR.
Prophecy! A trip across country
46 Larchmont Ave.
Goodwin "Cindy," "Shambles"
". . . Clasp the hands and know
the thoughts of men in other
lands . . ." -
I'll never forget! Expo, My
travels with Janet, my party,
those mornings at S.P.'s house,
our Fri. night escapades, Bunie
Club, my key chain, when I
wasn't at the beach, OTR, "The
Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, Goodwin
House Council 3, Regulus Fea-
ture Staff 3, Sailing Club 2,
A.F.S. 1, Field Hockey 1, 2,
Basketball 1, Volleyball 1, 3.
16 Hay Rd.
"You must believe in happiness
or happiness never comes."
I'll never forget! Summer of
'67, the cottage, W. days, the
couch, a certain party, rolling
in the kitchen, S.P.V., the horn
What would happen ifr The gun
went off and the cord caught
Spanish Club 3, A.F.S. 2, 3,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom,
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DEBRA LINDA SHEIN
110 Louise Rd.
Wheeler "Debbi", "Debs"
"1t's love, it's love that makes
the world go round."
I'll never forgeti Cheerleading,
Rat Patrol, the A.T.'s with
M.S., K.S. and C.R., Rockport,
Dufus, .a certain red volks,
speeding hydrant, follow-the-lea-
der, rain, talking VW's, ,swirling
oceans, a soggy Thanksgiving,
TTS, Ha, and the memory of
a very dear friend.
Cheerleading 3, Majorette 2,
Blue Squad 3, French Club 1,
2, 3, Sailing Club, Regulus Data
BARNETTE GAIL SHUMAN
5 Shuman Circle
"Kindness in words creates con-
fidence, kindness in thinking
creates profoundness, kindness
in giving creates love."
I'll never forget! That Big Dum-
my, locker J-20, the pretty trees.
Class Committee 1, 2, 3, Cutler
House Council 1, Associate's
Council 2, Leader Corps 1, 2,
3, Youth Center 1, 2, Student
Exchange 1, 2, Denebola 3,
Regulus Feature Staff 3, Pep
Squad Chairman 3, Senior Sup-
per, Senior Prom.
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65 Wallace St.
To my friends:
"Come all ye fair and -tender
Take warn in how you court
Tlzey're like the stars of a sum-
First they appear-and then
To my love, Kootchi You are
so beautiful I can touch you
with my mind.
HARRIET RUTH SHRAIR
146 Allen Ave.
"Good to begin well, better to
Let me remember: That one
labor day weekend, Milbrook
167, two ol' friends, mixers, and
D.R., Hojo's, and ..... D.K.
Somedayi "The American Ea-
gle will spread out its wings,
straighten up and fly right."
Denebola 1, 2, Co1Ad Editor 3,
French National Honor Society
2, 3, House Council 1, 2, French
Club 2, 3, Biology Club Vice-
Pres. 2, Girls Basketball 3.
Just a dime to make our Senior Prom possible.
MARILYNNE A. SIEVE
24 Kodaya Rd.
27 Selwyn Rd.
The best part of high school
was reading Shakespeare and
My favorite course was French.
"We attract hearts by the qual
ities we display, we retain them
by the qualities we possess."
I leave to NSHS1 My journal-
I'll never forget! A certain C
Block study, Mr. Youngblood,
following Miss Cohen, Brook-
line High, being left alone,
those Russians, this summer and
all the kids.
A.F.S. 2, 3, Regulus Circulation
Staff 3, Suma Club 2, Senior
Supper, Russian Club 1, 2, 3.
11 Bemuth Rd.
"In love one has need of being
believed, in friendship of being
I'l1 never forget: Summer of
'66 with "Gert", Christmas Eve
'66, "522", "our lies", summer
nites of '67, routes, and our
I'm crazy about! That penny
pincher, stage fright with Ev
and skinny and- all those other
Drama 1, French Club 2, 3.
ARNALIE R. SILBERSTEIN
162 Cynthia Rd.
"Love is the healer of all
I'm crazy about: Jerry and 289,
I'll never forgeti Sept. 18, '66,
Xmas '66, times with Nat, Sum-
mers '65, '66, '67, doubling with
L.D. and L.D., Friendly's, South
Parking' lot, homeroom with
M.S., D.B., J.T. and Howie.
What would happen if! There
were no weekends?
House Council 1, 2, Senior Sup-
per, Senior Prom, Regulus Lay-
DANA JAY SINGER
60 Nardell Rd.
"Time heals what reason can-
Je n'oub1ierai jamaisi Camp
Lown '66, V.S., my '64 Chevy,
Oct. 28, '66, 527-2282, Cape
Cod summer '67, New Year's
Eve '68, N.H. kids.
Denebola Reporter and Ass't.
Ad Editor, Regulus Lay-Out
and Features Staffs, Varsity
Football Manager, Wheeler
House Rules Committee, A.F.S.,
ELLEN MARSHA SINGER
21 Tocci Path
"Beware lest you lose the sub-
stance by grasping at the sha-
I'll never forgetr Talking studies,
the play, that night at Paragon,
the Happenings, summer '66
and '67, and certain people.
Drama Guild l, A.F.S. 2,
French National Honor Society
2, 3, Senior Activities Comm.,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
53 McCarthy Rd.
"1 am only one, but still I arn
one. 1 cannot do everything, but
still 1 can do something."
I'll never forgetr Many many
fantastic memories, especially
the summer of '67 with rented
cars, weekends at the cape, and
Tufts not Briarwood, "We try
harder," or the locker.
Field Hockey l, 2, 3, Basket-
ball 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, Sailing
Club 2, Senior Class Commit-
tee, Senior Supper, G.A.A. 2,
Sports Chairman 3, Scenery
Painting 2, 3.
W, A f
No, the Senior Class will not accept relief from the Appal-
achian Coalminers' Emergency Fund.
RICHARD H. SLIVKIN
91 Oak Hill St.
"lt's not whether you succeed
or fail that is important, it's
what you learn from the ex-
Chess Club and Team 1, 2,
President 3, Greater Boston
Chess League 1, 2, Treasurer 3,
Investment Club 1, 2, Treas-
urer 3, Debating Society 2,
Treasurer 3, Musical 1, Concert
Choir 2, Math Club l, 2, 3,
Tutor 2, 3, Regulus Sports
Staff 3, Class Committee l,
Sub-Committee Chairman l,2,
Intarmural Football 2, 3.
111 Oakdale Rd.
"Sincere friendship is most im-
portant to a happy life."
I'll never forgetr My three years
at South, all of the "group"-
L.G., E.F., E.S., and S.M., and
the summer of '67,
Denebola Ad Staff 2, Wheeler
House Lounge Rules Comm. 3.
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Some people will do anything to get into a Regulus picture.
32 Devonshire ' Rd.
"We live but a fraction of our
I'll never forget: The episode
in Filene's, Morse's with Nancy,
last Saturday night, Campus with
Sha, bruises, the date I had to
refuse, North Conway.
Regulus Ad Staff 1, Blue Squad
3, Wheeler House Recreation
Comm., Homeroom Manager 3,
Ski Club 1, 2, Sailing Club 2.
GERALD E. SNEIDER
89 Upland Ave.
"This above all! to thine own
self be true, and it must follow
as the night the day, thou can-
not then be false to any man."
Words to live by! The colleges
are watching you .....
Math Club 1, 2, 3, Math Team
2, Captain 3, French National
Honor Society 2, 3, Track
Team 1, Regulus Literary and
Photography Staffs, Sailing Club
o. I FH
ARCHIE C. SMILES JR.
77 Margaret Rd.
"Live your own life, for you
die your own death."
I'll never forget: Spring '67,
Washing cars, N.S.E.P., and
J.V. Baseball 1, J.V. Hockey 2,
Varsity 3, Varsity Soccer 3,
Blue Squad 2.
55 Chester St.
"Love can turn like the sea-
sons ana' life is full of meetings
and partings, but one cannot
tear one's heart out every time."
I'll never forget! North Bridge-
ton dances, hanging out in
Portland, Bar Harbor '67, six
people, J.M.G. and the Rangelys,
Mt. Washington '63, subs with
C.B., Senior year, the field, the
good old days, anybody.
Field Hockey 1, Track 2, Pep
Squad 3, Blue Squad 3, Dene-
bola Rep. 3,
HERBERT A. SNYDER
70 Dorcar Rd.
"Each man should live so that
at the close of every day he
can say, 'I have not wasted my
I'll never forget: The pool tourn-
ament, and Basketball tryouts.
Prophecy: Newton South will
win the Tech. Tourney.
French National Honor Society
2, 3, Key Club 2, Wheeler
House Council 2, 3, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball
1, 2, 3, Intramural Football 3,
Blue Squad 3, Leader Corps 3.
49 Miller Rd.
"To love is to place your own
happiness in the happiness of
What would happen if! There
was enough time during lunch
I'll never forget! The elephants
at the Zoo, Oct. 28, '65, The
Winthrop dance, December va-
cations, A triple date--Leslie
and Amy, and the boys from
Latin Club 1, 2, French Club
1, 3, A.F.S. 1, Ski Club 1, Jun-
ior Class Comm., Senior Class
Comm., Senior Supper, Senior
37 Harwich Rd.
I'll never forget! Hyannis, Sum-
mer of '67, Labor Day week-
end, Halloween '66, Newton
High, Susan's friend from Brock-
ton, Expo '67, Janice's driving,
eight eyes, Buffy, tink, and the
rabbit, B.S. parties, B.B., Brock-
ton blowout, August 28, 1966,
"You're welcome, Linda."
Class Committee 1, Homeroom
Manager 1, Spanish Club 1, 2,
Blue Squad 2, 3.
89 Ridge Rd.
"A man's reach should exceed
I'll never forget! My misbehaved
homeroom, the O.F.'s at BB,
J.D. and Maine.
I'm crazy about! John.
40 June Lane
"It's better to light one candle
than to curse the darkness."
I'll never forget! Halloween ,65.
A.F.S. 2, French Club 2, Reg-
ulus Literary Staff 3, Senior
BETTY ANN SPIGEL
61 Esty Farm Rd.
"problems worthy of attack
prove their worth by hiding
the road to wisdom? well, it's
plain and simple to express:
and err again
Regulus Circulation 1, 2, Editor
3, French Club 1, 2, 3, A.F.S.
2, 3, House Council 3, House
Lounge 3, Senior Supper.
69 Osborne Path
150 Ridge Ave.
"Harmony is the reconciliation,
not of opposite elements, but
of elements which disagreed
once,' and are now harmon-
I'l1 never forget! Mr. Iesdale's
corner drills, Physics class and
Varsity Hockey 1, 2, Assistant
Captain 3, Student Leader 3,
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Intramural Football 3.
11 Westgate Rd.
". . And he shall judge among
the nations, and shall rebuke
many people, And they shall
beat their swords into plowshares
and their spears into pruning
hooks. Nation shall not lift up
sword against nation, neither
shall they learn war anymore."
Regulus Layout Staff 3, Circu-
lation Staff 3, Denebola Circu-
lation Staff 2, 3, French Club
1, 2, 3, Dance Club 2, A.F.S.
1, 2, 3.
145 Collins Rd.
Wheeler "Bob", "Rob"
"ReeIing and writhing, of course
to begin with," the Mock Turtle
replied, "and the different bran-
ches of Arithmetic-Ambition,
Distraction, Valification, and
Dersion." "The meek shall in-
herit the earth, but G.M. shall
inherit N.S." "Can we grow
grass on Senior Rock, Mary
Senior Class Comm., Wheeler
Council, Bridge, Suma, Student
Union Comm., Prom, French
National Honor Society.
22 Cavanaugh Path
"When wealth is lost, nothing
When health is lost, something
When character is lost, all is
I'll never forgetr My class with
I leave NSHS1 The clean lunch
l 1 .
207 Winslow Rd.
Wheeler "Szath", "Eric"
I leave to NSHS2 My Sleeper
Six that never woke up.
I'll never forgeti Killington in
Feb., Summer nights on Great
Meadow Rd., C Block break-
fast at HoIo's.
What would happen if I Murray
the K demo's were banned in
STANLEY J. STEINBERG
170 Winchester St.
"Life is a theatre in which the
worst people often have the
best sets." "Hope for the best,
but prepare for the worst."
I'll never forget? Thumbing on
Rte. 9 one day in March '66,
homeroom with Mr. Little, New
Years Eve. '66-'67, Cape Cod,
summer of '67, and Cabot Field.
What would happen if! There
were no detention?
I leave to NSHS1 A sister and
two aggravated parents.
Track lg Library Club 1.
131 Wiswall Rd.
"Life is to be fortified by many
friendships. To love and to be
loved, is the greatest happiness
I leave to NSHS1 A French
Club, and FTA Club, Wheeler
House Council, Senior Class
Comm., Regulus Data Staff,
Leader Corps, and French 'Na-
tional Honor Society.
I'll always remember a USY
weekend in R.I. Nov. '65, the
car accident, Best friend, being
sick on Mondays, and Eliot.
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ELIZABETH A. TAILBY
12 Bemuth Rd.
REmeMBRANCES recall reflec-
a Pool of Cllghtl
wers bursting forth unfreveall
flo wlng frustration oPen
sores unabLE to sc.-IB swIRLI
thoughts blowlng In the
wlnd a fAvorIte Day Cdreamj
and am dreamlng and thlnklng
180 Elgin St.
I leave to NSHS: My locker,
5205 equipped with T.V. and
Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3g Ski Team
lg Biology Club 2.
18 Vaick Rd.
"We sl?ll come back no doubt,
to wak down the Row and
watch young people on the ten-
nis courts . . . But that will be
a long time from now, and
soon now we shall go out of
the house and go into the con-
vulsion of the world, out of
history and into history and
the awful responsibility of time."
Remember: Grenoble, expres-
Associates Council 2, President
3, Musical 1, 2, 3g Soccer 2, 3g
Denebola 1, 2, Theatre Editor 3.
and i am perpetually
42 Botsford Rd.
RICHARD J. TARANTO
66 Forest St.
I'll never forget! The state
park that Buck, Kimo and I
made down the cape in the sum-
mer of '65.
I leave to NSHS2 My locker,
gym clothes, F papers and
Blue Squad 2, 3g Baseball 1, 3.
106 Upland Ave.
Mens sana in corpore S0110-
Veni, vidi, victus sum. Alon
vitae sed scholae discirnus. Disce
aut discedite! Multi magzstrz
erant boni, sed alteri erant non
boni. Pauci erant summi.
I leave to NSHS: Nothing. I
can thank all my teachers for
preparing me for the SAT and
DIANA J. THOMPSON
29 Chatham Rd.
Cutler "Dee Dee" "Clippy"
"I have listened and learned."
I'll never forget? May 29, '66,
Don O's, the blue Buick, cars,
H block with Margie, and the
past two years with a certain
I'm crazy about! R.B.R. and a
What would happen ifi I ever
learned to drive?
Field Hockey lg Gymnastics 1,
2, 3, Blue Squad 3.
28 Nightingale Path
"Better late than never."
I'll never vforget: "The Tree",
"Kelly 'and Boops", "C.F.'s
Minor", "J.H. at the Cape",
What would happen if! We ever
Senior Prom Committee.
9 Walsh Rd.
"Friendship often turns into
love, but love into Friendship,
I'll never forget! the summer of
'67, a certain someone-M.E.M.
Blue Squad 3.
JUDITH C. TRAIGER
23 Cloverdale Rd.
"Our greatest glory is not in
never falling, but in rising every-
time we fall."
I'll never forget! The summer
of '67, the cottage, M.P.N.S. the
couch, the W. days, that
certain party, the horn and the
What would happen if! The
gun went off and the cord
Senior Supper, Senior Promg
Spanish Club 3g A.F.S. 2, 35
Future Teachers of America 3.
122 Christina St.
169 Woodcliff Rd.
"Not forever can one enjoy
stillness and peace. But misfor-
tune and destruction are not
"And forever has it been that
love knows not its own depth
until the hour of separation."
Class Committees 1, 2, 3, French
Clubg F.T.A.g Regulus Layout
Staff, School Play, Girls Gym-
Sl Ridge Ave.
Imagine if grapes were people
and people were grapes. Have
you ever hung in a bunch?
"And if the people find you can
FIDDLE. Why, FIDDLE, you
As I look back on a successful
high school career I feel obli-
gated to thank South for the
many doors it opened for me.
Thank you Newton South, Mom-
ma and Dad-THANK YOU!
I like bananas 'cause they have
Football C 9-OJ almost.
You left me defenseless!
GEORGE J. TSIUMUS
63 Clark St.
"D0n't worry, the best days are
still ahead of us."
I leave to NSHSI Number 22.
I'll never forgetl The Great
Blue Squad 1, 2, 3, Football 1,
2, 3, Baseball 1, 3, Track 2.
192 Spiers Rd.
Wheeler "Tink", "Howie"
"Speak and thou shalt be heard
but listen and thou shalt become
I leave to NSHSI A can opener.
I'll never forget! 3 Math teach-
ers in 3 weeks.
Audio-visual Service 1, 2, 3,
Regulus Ad Staff 3, Senior Class
Activities Comm., Math Club 2,
Senior Supper, Baseball Manager
537 Dudley Rd.
"Remember that life is neither
pain nor pleasure, it is serious
business, to be entered upon
with courage and in a spirit of
I'll never forgeti The summer
of '67, the B.C. mixers, A.G.,
What would happen if 2 The
Strat House were no longer
Spanish Club 3, A.F.S. 2, 3,
Senior Supper, Senior Prom.
61 Wade St.
131 Cynthia Rd.
I'll never forgot! All of the
unusual times, L., J., J., the
wasnlt window that was, 2 A.M.
in Cambridge, J.
Regulus Photography Staff 3,
Math Club 2, 3, Blue Squad,
Denebola Homeroom Represen-
tative, Senior Supper, Senior
KAREN VAN DE WORKEEN
66 John St.
JONATHAN J. WAINER
31 White Oak Rd.
Cutler "J on"
Dedicated to President Johnson!
"He who meddleth in the affairs
of others is as he who pulleth
a dog by the ears."
Advice to sophomores! Get a
new class ring.
Wrestling 1, Varsity 2, 3, In-
tramurals 1, Youth Center 1,
28 Hale St.
"It is better to look like afool
than to act like one."
I am sorry to leave this school,
for college will be a lot harder.
My most memorable experience
was having Mr. Waugh as a
Golf Team 1, 2, 3, Regulus
Sports Stall' 2, 3, Senior Supper.
"Poco a poco se va lej0s."
"Slowly but surely one gets
"True Happiness is of a retired
nature, and an enemy to pomp
and noise it arises, in the first
place, from the enjoyment of
one's self,' and, in the next, from
the friendship and conversation
of a few select companions?
"What I do is all that concerns
me, not what the people think."
I'll never forget! Cindy's party,
Halloween '66, The Group,
November 11, 1966 at Blin-
strub's, the B.U.N.I.E. Club, my
one and only Mike.
What would happen if!
Field Hockey 1, 2, Basketball
29 Oxford Rd.
"No actually we're just good
I'll never forgetr Cream atnthe
supermarket, Blues Project,
M.M. at W.I.A., and the last
day at South.
I leave to NSHSI .My gym lock-
er and 3 cent milks.
Remember Nigel is still trying
Pumpkin Ponen Quack.
ROBERT M. WALLACK
73 Hartman Rd.
I'll never forget: Doing the
same old nothing on week-ends,
with the same old people.
Fondest memoriesi Mount Ida,
Prophecy: The Magoons will
slowly kill themselves off, and
What would happen if! Steve
stopped complaining, and Jeff
stopped making his plans?
Cutler House Council, Intra-
mural Football 1, 2, Junior
Prom Committee, Intramural
JOSEPH D. WARSHAUER
31 Wilde Rd.
Cutler "Jody", "Jodo"
"I will never be a total failure,
I can always serve as a bad
I'll never forgetf Who did it,
my cousins, Knick, Don Fraser,
Fred Clamporcus, the Quaries,
that I have one more year left,
Cap't Ryorr's, my friends, when
the G.T.s were rolling on square
wheels '66, Newton Squash and
Psst . . . Mildred, he's got a gun in my back.
55 Oak Hill St.
"Knowledge is Power." "Oppor-
tunity knocks but once."
I shall rememberi History with
Super Silverman, Dut's School
Spirit, Taste, Gluns, The Mar-
rauder, Warning Bells, Ernie,
Spanish with Mr. Petrillo, The
World Series in Boston.
Varsity Soccerg Math Club Sec-
retary-Treas.g Goodwin House
Rep.g Intramural Basketball,
Senior Supper Committee: Re-
gulus and Denebola Sports
170 Lincoln St.
I'm crazy about! A certain
Illl never forget: May 31, '67
and the summer that followed.
Favorite saying! I don't wanna.
I leave to NSHS2 A whistle for
130 Andrew St.
401 Dudley Rd,
". . . and you know something
is happening, but you don't
know that it is, do you, Mr.
In memorial to N.S.E.P., P.G.B.,
The Beatles, Elvis and the
glorious spirits of HELL.
Keep the faith baby!!
"There are some things which
cannot be learned quickly, and
time, which is all we have, must
be paid heavily for their ac-
quiring. They are the very simp-
lest things, and because it takes
a man's life to know them the
little new that each man gets
from life is very costly and the
only heritage he has to leave."
Math Club 1, 2, 3g Soccer 3g
Outdoor Track 1, 2, 33 Junior
-and Senior Class Committees,
Goodwin House Council 2.
MARJORIE B. WEINERT
54 Glenwood Ave.
"Pity the Unicorn
Pity the Hippogriff
Souls that were never born
Out of the land of IF!"
I'll never forgetl Good harbor,
Starfire, Iota, GR, Hojo's H.S.
rides and New Years at Dill's.
Basketball 1, 2, Field Hockey
1, 2g School Musical l, 2, 3g
Senior Supper, Goodwin House
Council Secretary 3g Regulus
Data Staff 3.
They sell better this way.
778 Dedham St.
Wheeler "Shad", "Crazy"
"And the time will come when
you see we're all one, and life
flows on within you and with-
I'll never forgeti J. Bell, Gronk,
and my first aquaintance with
a movie star.
What would happen ifl they all
lived on the first floor?
I leave to NSHSZ My telephone
number for Mr. Legios, assist-
H.R. Managerg G.A.A. l, 2, 33
Blue Squad 3, Wheeler House
Commons Room Comm.
WENDY ANN WEST
80 Farina Rd.
"If I could not laugh, I fear I
I'll never forgeti L.K.C.J.L.J.B.-
L.S., the three visitors at my
window, Iota Phi, that special
weekend in Maine, summer of
'67, the night I lost my pocket-
book, and the morgue.
Ski Clubg Spanish Club lg Jun-
ior Promg Senior Supperg Senior
Prom, Pep Squad, Blue Squad.
LYNN S. WEINSTEIN
1 Fox Place
"Not only to say the right thing
in the right place, but far more
difficult, to leave unsaid the
wrong thing at the tempting
I'll never forget! Iota Phi,
JKLCW, our boys, my many
JAMS, Memorial Day weekend,
the body duck, that weekend in
Maine, MDBK, never getting
along, July 22, ,67 and my
Class Committee 1, 2g Dene-
bola 2g French Club 13 Junior
RICHARD S. WEINFELD
95 Woodcliff Rd.
The year silently slips
Out of the back door, being
Not to awaken the multitude,
With other more important tasks
Of picking up and violently
leaving. All 'are in black.
We are gathered in semi-silence
Awaiting the interment.
Eulogies spring forth from the
Mouths of the inexperienced.
Engines roar, and
The final drag-race is lost . . .
Math Club, Folk Club.
TOBIE M. WEINSTEIN
49 Botsford Rd.
"Friendship is like sound health,
the value of it is seldom known
until it is lost."
I'll never forgeti "Hics" and
"Smacks" to Sandie 8: Stephig
chocolate babies, Iota, Aug. 15,
,66Q May 20, '67g Memorial Day
Weekend '67, and S.M.R.
French Club 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 1,
2, Blue Squad 3g Wheeler House
Council 3g Regulus Feature
Staff, Wheeler House Lounge
Comm. 3g Senior Supperg Sen-
Prom, Blue Squad 2, 3.
PAULA JEAN WESTON
118 Langley Rd.
"You will do foolish things, but
do them with enthusiasm."
SHERWIN B. WEXLER
219 Lake Ave.
I'll never forget! Mr. Crir0LlX,
homeroom with Miss Leighton,
S.A.R. Convention and Con-
clave, calling Audrey and week-
I leave to NSHS! A dusty lock-
er and 8000 memories.
Math Club 2, 3g Science Club 2,
3g Science Fairg Leader Cor,psg
Rules Committee-Wheeler, Sen-
ior Supper Comm.g Junior Prom
Comm.g Investment Clubg In-
tramural Footballg Basketballg
REBECCA ANN WILLIAMS
143 Neshobe Rd.
"T he direction in which educa-
tion starts a man will determine
his future life."
Pet Peevel N.S.E.P.
I'l1 never forgeti Christmas va-
cation '65, the Cold, Summer
'66 and J.B., Spring weekend
N.M., Providence 2100 A.M.,
the Roses and B.F.
Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3, Girls
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, A.F.S. 1, 2,
Drama Guild 1.
111 Dickerman Rd.
"Live for today forvyesterday is
only a vision and tomorrow
only a dream."
I'll never forgeti Losing the
Arlington Cross-Country meet
because Jeff Davis and I ran the
Cross Country 1, 2, 3,, Co-
Captain 3, Indoor Track 1, 2,
Outdoor Track 1, 2, Homeroom
Manager 1, 2, 3.
SANDRA BETH WILFAND
26 Clifton Rd.
"Without love, laughter and
tears, there is no life."
I'll never forget! "Hics" and
"Smacks" to Stephi and Tobie,
summers at Wingo, Iota, P.A.,
Princeton Convention, thumb,
the mud puddle with Carol, the
stolen car, the black tooth, and
A.F.S. 3, French Club 1, 2,
Regulus Circulation Staff, Home-
room Manager 3, House Coun-
cil 2, F.T.A., Denebola Circula-
tion Staff, Senior Supper.
DAVID A. WILLIAMS
"Morale is best built by a
What would happen ifi Paul
got his car?
I'll never forgeti The Weekends.
J.V. Football 1, Outdoor Track
1, Cross Country 2, 3, Basket-
ball 3, Intramural Basketball 2,
DEBORAH LEE WILSON
124 Neshobe Rd.
Wheeler "Dill Pickle"
I'll never forgeti Lake Waban,
Pool-hopping, and the Fish eggs,
losing my voice cheering!
FOMA and Rothie's Raiders,
New Year's Eve '67 and M.W.,
the great vacations skiing in
North Conway, Sue's Turkish
addition, the wild weekend at
Magnolia, gray hair streaks, the
Cheerleading, Associates Coun-
cil Sec. 3, Leader Corps 1, 2,
3, GAA 2, 3, French National
Honor Society 2, 3, French
Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Supper.
92 Deborah Rd.
I'll never forgett Sept. 29, Nov.
23, Pandy, the death-wagon and
its riders, my band, my travel-
ing living room and those fam-
ous ten minute rides, my frat
brothers, SAR conv. '66, the
Bob-Inn, my second homes and
families, my amazing junior
I leave to NSHS! All the sweet
little Soph. girls who are petri-
fied of me!
Prophecy? Arny and I will take
that trip across country.
107 Elinor Rd.
"Who flies afar from that of
our sorrow, is here today and
I leave to NSHS! One copy of
New York Times.
Class Committee 1, 2, 3, First
V.P. 3, Debating Club 1, 2,
Sec.-Treas. 2, Associates Coun-
cil 3, NSHS Speakers Program
Chairman 3, French National
Honor Society, Varsity Tennis
1, Prom Committee Chairman.
JEFFREY STUART WISE
7 Clifton Rd.
"To have a ball is Io live."
I'll never forgeti That warm
night in New Hampshire with
M.S. and R.R., Dudley Rd.,
I-londas do go, the Walls at
Killington, Wow! The California
Girls, that special one surfing
at midnight with Craze.
Intramural Football 3, Blue
Squad, Wrestling I, Senior
RAYMOND REX WISNER III
15 Duncklee St.
Cutler "Biff", "Kraut", "Weasel"
"Lead your own life, for you
die your own death." '
Fondest memoriesr 200 pump-
kins with P.P. and D.F. August
7-the beginning of something
Varsity Hockey l, 2, 3, Assist-
ant Captain 3, J.V. Soccer I,
SUSAN ELIZABETH WOLF
27 Amherst Rd.
"To love is not to live for one's
self, but to help one another."
I'll never forgeti "The Group",
my seventeenth summer, Steve,
June 16, '67, Pakistan, Phil-
ippines, four o'clock rides, Nan-
tasket, the grass, weekends with
S.K., Sept. 10, ,67, Bob's argu-
Leader Corps 2, 33 Blue Squad
33 Muiscal Make-up Comm.3
Senior Supper3 Senior Prom.
180 Allen Ave.
"Speech is a mirror of the soul:
as a man speaks so is he."
I'll never forget! Berwick
Academy, April 1, '67, always
saying good-bye, Westchester
Rd., my S.S., Donovan, the
CYH, and Garland Rd., right
A.F.S. 1, 2, 33 Folk Music 1,
2, 33 Denebola Ad Staff l, 33
House Council 33 Tennis Team
23 Sythesis 23 Senior Supperg
G.A.A. 23 Spring Musical 23
Senior Prom3 Junior Prom.
70 Burdean Rd.
Goodwin "the Woo"
the Coh. E
the Chief, d happine . .
Dummy 8a all g anxiety,
the others. e narrow-
Captigns o mindedness and
Beating f differentness3
around the W
Bush at the i but always,
Beach, s hopefully,
REGULUS, and love.
29 Res. Av. o
positivism. mothers- shal o m . . a
Wellesley Cliiiies 8i Harva r d . .
Play play play, Religi o n . .
sleep sleep sleep. marria g e . . ?
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15 Bound Brook Rd.
24 Gould Rd.
Goodwin "Dee", "Dino"
KAREN S. WOODS
29 Spaulding Lane
"If thou must love me, let it
be for naught except for love's
I'll never forgeti The red car,
the summer of 167, the episodes,
school with Mando, and our
"mice and cheese."
I'm crazy abouti Weekends,
Corvettes, Chevys with roses and
What would happen ifl My par-
ents went' away again?
Dance 23 Senior Supper3 Senior
646 Saw Mill Brook Pkwy.
"Happy is the man that findeth
wisdom. For the merchandise
of it is better than the mer-
chandise of silver, and the gain
thereof than fine gold. She is
more precious than rubies.
Length of days is in her right
hand, In her left hand are
riches and honor. She is a tree
of life to them that lay hold
upon her, and happy is every
"Four be the things I am wiser
to know: Idleness, sorrow, a
friend and a foe.
Four be the things I'd be better
without: Love, curiosity, temper
I'll never forgeti All the good
times pushing Linus, Montreal,
Summers of '66 and '67, the
"We should all be concerned
about the future because we
will have to spend the rest of
our lives there."
Illl never forget! M.B.S.
I leave to NSHSZ The Cutler
House Vending Machines!
Ambition: To be president of
Intramural Basketball lg J.V.
Baseball 23 Investment Club 2,
33 French Club 23 Marching
Band 1, 3g Concert Band 33 Cut-
ler House Council Rep. 1,
Treasurer 3g Musical 3.
47 Harrison St.
Cutler "Harry", "Yagh"
"He, who pursues righteousness
and kindness, will find life and
I'm crazy about! B.D.
I'll never forget! July 5, '66,
to experience the difference be-
tween Milford and Milton.
Famous sayingi "Y'Know"
Memories! Doing errands for the
two wonderful ladies of Cutler
I leave to NSHS: My sister.
Football 2g Blue Squad 33
Leader Corps 3.
one that holdeth her fast."
I leave South fulfilled. YEP
School Store 3.
LAURIE J. ZALLEN
71 Wiswall Rd.
Cutler "Zal", "T.F.L.", "Laurel"
"A stone, a leaf, a door,
And all the forgotten falls .... "
Lo, T.F.R., Stef., Anne, Rozz Q., -
Deb, Sue, Glen, and A., Thanx,
for fantastic capers, long long
talks, HoJo's, giggling fits,
EXPO, rain walks, true con-
fessions at 12 midnite '67, open-
ing nites, mixups, understanding,
and plans for the future-Lo?
Senior Class Committee 33 Sen-
ior Supper 33 A.F.S. 1, 2, 33
Spring Musical 1, 2, 33 Fall
Drama Production 2, 33 Sy-
thesis 2, 3.
110 Dorcar Rd.
"Memory is when you look
back and the answers float into
who, what, when, and where..."
I leave to NSHSI A soccer
coach, "Gluns", long hair.
Reflectioni South will mean
more than just an education or
a step along the ladder.
Goodwin House Member-at-
Large 3, Associates Council,
Denebola Copy Ed. 2, 3, Soc-
cer 1, 2, 3, Math Club 1, 2
V.P. 3, Regulus Features Lit-
erary, Sports Staff, Newton
Youth Center, Musical 2, 3.
26 Fox Hill Rd.
I leave to NSHS2 The four
pounds Sgt. Nalley is looking
for, the dirty rat.
Goodwin House Council 1, 2,
Wrestling 1, 2, 3.
19 Bowdoin St.
44 Hanson Rd.
98 Collins Rd.
1640 Centre St.
14 Walnut Hill Rd.
159 Nehoiden Rd.
I leave behind all the wisdom
and knowledge I failed to attain.
Prophecy: D.A. will soon learn
that she is really of Chinese
WARREN H. FRANK
64 Botsford Rd.
I'll never forget! Zeppy's open-
house, quaint little meetings be-
What would happen ifl Mr.
Brouillette got his license re-
Key Club, Debating Society,
Chess Club, Investment Club,
Intramural Sports, Senior Sup-
STEPHEN P. MAHONEY
36 Ridge Ave.
"When the going gets tough the
tough get going."
I'll never forget! The night
L.A.W. drove into the front of
Favorite Expressioni Promise
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural
Football 2, 3, Leader Corps 3,
Wheeler House Council 2, 3,
Senior Supper, Regulus Features
CHARLES H. T. RAK
551 Chestnut St.
I have travelled quite a bit
and have enjoyed it very much.
I hope that the Newton School
System has given me the foun-
dation for a life time of world
I want to get one thing off
my chest. I have been to almost
every state in the country and
have met quite a few kids.
Never have I found a group of
kids such as here at Newton
South that have been so ob-
sessed with keeping their cool.
They miss so much.
229 Woodcliff Rd.
249 Lake Ave.
1036 Chestnut St.
Lots of thanks to lank Miss
Silk, Mrs. Glick, Mr. Slater, Mr.
Dammond and lots of luck to
all my friends and the whole
class of '68. When I leave New-
ton South I will take with me
many fond memories and my-
T hat's the Senior Cup?
48 Thurston Rd.
331 Upland Ave.
"Tis better to have loved and
lost, then never to have loved
How do you spend your Colum-
bus Day eves? Going to card
JAMES L. SCHAYE
358 Beacon St.
"Diplomacy is to do and say
tlze nastiest thing in the nicest
I'll never forgeti My wasted
year, Rico, speeding tickets, my
"428M, the broken bottle, and
VVhat would happen ifi There
weren't any good times?
Stage Club lg Ski Club 1, 3g
Sailing Club 2g House Council
2, 33 Senior Supperg Senior
Promg Soccer 1, 2.
37 Mountfort Rd.
19 Irvington St.
Wheeler "J im" -
The experience of attending
Newton South has been a lucra-
tive and memorable one. I
have made new colleagues and
feel proud to have participated
with them in outside activities.
I have also experienced J.V.
Baseball in the afternoon and
bundles of homework at night.
As of a few years ago my most
memorable experience, was en-
tering Newton South. As of
next June it will be graduating!
PATRICIA A. LEARY
"He liaeth lang who liaeth well."'
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Adams, Mr. and Mrs. George .....
Alvord Pharmacy, Inc. ............... .
Associates Council ...................
Atlantic Steel Company ........
Atwood's Camera Shop ........
Barrabee BBG ............
Bernie and Rubyls .........
Camera and Music Shop ............
Canner, Mr. and Mrs. Irving S. .... .
Carroll, William S. Inc. ............. .
Center Barber Shop .................
Central Cleaners .......................
Chandler, J. H. and Son Inc. ..... .
Charter House Coffee Shop ........
China Bell Restaurant .............
Chiswick Cleaners, Inc. ............. .
Cleveland Circle Auto Schools .......
Colonial Insurance Agency ..........
Connell, W. J. Co. .............. .
Converse Rubber ..............
Countryside Pharmacy ......
Cutler House .....................
Foster, Dr. and Mrs. Henry .....
Fox Travel Service, Inc. ..... .
Freedman, D. C. Co. ....... .
Giorgio's Antipasto House .................... .......
Galdstone, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. ....... ...... .
Gluck, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ................ .......
Goodman, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan ....... .......
Goodwin House .............................
Gordon, L. E. Co. ..................... .
Greenblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Hy ......
Hammonds Furniture ........
Hendricken Brothers .................
Hickox Secretarial School .......
Highland Pharmacy ..........
Ho Sai Gai Restaurants ......
Holden's Taxi Service ......
Holmberg 84 Douglas .....
Junior Class ..........................
Langley Pharmacy ................
Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Albert I
Levine, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
Luther Paul Co. ................... .
Martha's Dress Shop .....
McNei1ly, S. J. ........... .
Morrison 8: Schiff ...........
New England Telephone ......
News Tribune ....................
Newton Graphic ....................
Newton Potters Supply, Inc. ..
Newton Sports Center ............
Okemo Cake Kitchen ........
Paul's Sunoco ........................
Pessin, Joe Haberdashery ......
Prep Shop ..........................
Primack Family ........
Purdy Studio .........
Raben Family ...........
Rautenberg Family ......
Rhodes Pharmacy ........
Richmond Family ........
Sal Rizzo ...............
Senior Class ...........
Shuman Family ........
South Pacific .........
SW Industries .................
Temple Emmanuel USY ........
The Center ........................
Tonyis Italian Villa ......
Waban News .........
Wheeler House .....
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PARENTS AND STUDENTS TOGETHER"
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REGULUS STAFF AND
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1968 FROM THE
I-'ONS g DEN
T' Clem we
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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1968
MR. and Mrs. PAUL R. LEVINE and FAMILY
98 Westchester Street
Tel. 244-8600 Tel. 244-8634
Free Parking Free Delivery
Prompt Courteous Service
MORRISON 81 SCHIFF, INC.
"THE GOOD FRANKFORT"
35 I-IICHBORN STREET
ONE HOUR CLEANERS
SAME DAY SHIRT SERVICE
THE NEWTON GRAPHIC
SINCE 1872 SERVING THE INTEREST OF
ALL THE NEWTONS
"ALMOST A CENTURY OF SERVICE"
S. Block, R. Viselman Pharmacists
431 Langley Road CCor. Rte. 91 '
Free Delivery Phone 969-8831
"Through Service We Grow"
After the Prom it's
CHARTER HOUSE COFFEE SHOP
All kinds of refreshments
from coffee to steak
160 Boylston Street, Newton
S. J. MCNEILLY
Sales and Service
639 Hammond Street
Chestnut Hill, Mass.
ATWOOD'S CAMERA SHOP
21 PELHAM STREET
1651 BEACON STREET
OKEMO CAKE KITCHEN
C. Rhodes'Reg. Pharm.
1649 Beacon Street Waban, Mass.
Tel. Bigelow 4-1677
FOX TRAVEL SERVICE. INC.
100 Winchester Street
Tel. WO 9-8550
CHINA BELL RESTAURANT
Cantonese and American Food
1249 V.F.W. Parkway CRoute 13
West Roxbury Tel. 327-9355
999 Boylston Street
Phone LA 7-2400
140 Glen Ave.
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AS YOURS. GOOD LUCK FROM
MR. and MRS.
IRVING S. CANNER THE CLASS QF 1969
Before you accept
that first job . . .
as he does
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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1968
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THE RABEN FAMILY
DR. and MRS. NATHAN GOODMAN
GIORGIO'S ANTIPASTO HOUSE
Italian Foods and Pizza
Beer and Wine
71 Union St., Newton Centre, Mass. 02159
MR. and MRS. ROBERT GLUCK
ALBIE ZEKE MOISHE
THE WONDERS OF
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1186 Walnut Street li
Newton Highlands I
GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '68 I'
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Bus Transportation I
WILLIAM S. CARROLL. INC.
640 Hammond Street
Chestnut Hill 67, Mass.
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403 Massachusetts Avenue 2,
Acton, Massachusetts I
263-5454 332-5417 I
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796 Beacon Street ,
Newton Centre, Mass. 02159
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47 Langley Road
Newton Centre, Mass. 02159
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BARRABEE BBG 332-3578
- Newton Centre -
SENDS CAMERA and MUSIC SHOP
MARCIA, CYN, and JEANNE 839 Beacon St. Newton Centre, 59, Mass.
LOVE, LUCK, and LOLLIPOPS Records Sheet Music
"BERNIE and RUBY,S"
CHISWICK CLEANERS. INC.
LANGLEY FOOD SHOP
"Professional Dry Cleaning"
30 Langley Road Newton Centre 59, Mass. 633 Sawmill Brook Pkwy. 288 Independence Drive
Blgelow 4-7532 Newton West Roxbury
"Party Platter Specialties' 527-9857 32547247
GARDEN CITY. INC.
1 Florence St.
THE REGULUS STAFF
to thank Hank and the
wonderful custodians for
SW INDUSTRIES. INC.
Newton, Mass. 02164
and its Divisions
Manufacturers of roll coverings
for the Paper, Textile 8z Plastics
industries and other industrial
Manufacturers of Ebonite Bowling Balls
Manufacturers of custom designed
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Newtonville 60, Mass.
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THE REGULUS STAFF
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827 Washington Street Boston
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THE REGULUS STAFF
WISHES THE CLASS OF 1968
would like to thank MR. SHAW
THE BEST OF LUCK for a great year!
In spite of the yearbook
we've had a great time!!
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NEWTON POTTERS SUPPLY. INC. Driver Education
' 96 Runford Street CLEVELAND CIRCLE
Clays, Kilns, Tools
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Newton LA 7-3100
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Phone DE 2-3630
210 Needham Street
Newton Upper Falls
CBoston 645, Mass.
OUR BEST WISHES
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1968
DR. and MRS. HENRY FOSTER
Exotic Chinese Food
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Special Luncheon 11:30 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
Open 11:30 A.M.-2:00 A.M.
Specializing in orders
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1152 Beacon St. Phone DE 2-7250
Newton, Mass. Mansfield Chen, Manager
For the very finest
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TONY'S ITALIAN VILLA
Complete takeout Service
34 Jackson Street Newton Centre
Coif Route 91 Tel. LA 7-3525
MAY YOUR EVERY DREAM COME TRUE
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TO HOWARD AND THE ENTIRE
THE RICHMOND FAMILY
organization membership index
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE
Coordinator . . ................... Josh Alper
Co-Chairman . . . . . . Wade Johnson and Elliot Schneier
Secretary ..... ................... K aty King
Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ . . . . ...... . . . Jeannie Aronson
Jerry Altman, Bea Axelrod, Josh Alper, Sandy Aronson, Jeannie Aron-
son, Nancy Andler, Rhonda Blair, Christine Butler, Debby Becker, Sue
Chused, Pam Evans, Carol Etron, Linda Frank, Karen Gaburman, Linda
Gershman, Judy Hearst, Alma Hirsch, Wade Johnson, Katy King,
Marcy Lefton, Lynne Lerish, Mary Lynch, Marlene Lerish, Jody Maxner,
Cindy Mason, Lisa Mandell, Jerry Mann, Adrian Paul, Joyce Richmond,
Que Rautenberg, David Stein, Wendy Sacks, Donna Udelson, Charlene
President ...... . . . Marvin Swartz
Vice-President . . ..... Robert Levine
Secretary ........ .... . . . ..... ...... D ebby Wilson
Treasurer ............................... Mitchell Freedman
Ellen Anderson, Steve Bahn, Alan Berkowitz, Lynne Brayman, Russell
Brooks, Suzanne Canner, Martin Cohen, Andy Cornblatt, Bruce Corn-
blatt, Paul Gerstein, Clifford Greene, Donna Housman, Larry Kaplan,
Sherri Katz, Jerry Levine, N-eil Linsky, Jerry Mann, Gary Mescon, Louis
Miller Debby Morgenthal, Richard Shamban, Louis Shuman, Stuart
Silverman, Eric Wolf, David Woo, Mark Zuroff.
Betsy Drinan, Robert Feldman, Sherry Forman, Ellen Freed, Stuart
Glazer, Kenny Green, Jason Sobol.
Lynn Arenella, Bebe Axelrod, Mickie Hartnett, Mary-Lou Kiley, Judy
Advisor: Miss Silk.
BOYS' LEADER CORPS
Robert Bakerman, Mitchell Bornstein, Paul Brissette, George Bruyn,
Jack Dunnigan, Larry Dullea, Robert Eisenberg, Tom Elder, Paul Filosa,
Gary Frechette, Howard Gillis, Brad Graham, Kenneth Green, Richard
Hirshfield, Michael Issner, Stephen Kaye, Robert Kirsch, Robert Logan,
Robert Mandell, 'W'alter Milgroom, Edward Pfeifer, James Phillips,
Robert Polansky, Dave Roberts, Warren Ross, Chris Schuft, James Spinks,
James Stavis, Ken Stuart, Richard Taranto, Sherwin Wexler, Marshall
Winn, Biff Wisner, Harry Yaghmourian.
Advisor: Mr. Bechtold.
Captains: ..................... Carol Bonner, Grace Muscarella
Marilyn James, Leslie Mann, Sue Rautenberg, Carol Rosoff, Nancy
Rothblatt, Karen Segel, Debbi Shein, Debbie Wilson.
Advisor: Miss Strojny.
President ....... . . . Richard Slivkin
Team Captain .... . . . Robert Mandell
Vice-President . . , , James Clifford
Treasurer .. ...... . . ..... . . .............. Jay Portnoy
Secretary ........ .. .......................... James Terner
Kenneth Belt, Chris Burkhardt, James Clifford, Gerald Fishman, Bob
Freeman, David Glaser, Mike Hecht, Gayle Kaplan, Robert Lax,
Robert Mandell, Stuart Michaelson, Jay Portnoy, Sheldon Price, Richard
Primack, Richard Shapiro, Richard Slivkin, James Terner.
Captain: .. . . .Robert Mandell
Kenny Belt, James Clifford, Jerry Fishman, Bob Freeman, Mike Hecht,
Mike Masters, Jay Portnoy, Sheldon Price, Richard Shapiro, Richard
Slivkin, Russell Taub.
CONCERT CHOIR COUNCIL
Vicky.Aghababian, Betsy Goldberg, Ruth MacCloskey, Debbie Platt,
Jane Woodley, Gail Van de Woorkeen.
CUTLER HOUSE COUNCIL
President ...... . . . Gary Mescon
Vice President . . . . . Louis Shuman
Secretary ...... . . . Carol Rosolif
Treasurer ................................... Roger Wyner
Mernher-at-Large .............................. Sherri Kaitz
Jeffrey Adams, Bari Baraban, Stephen Blacher, Warren Brodi, Nancy
Brunell, Pat Campbell, Judy Cohen, Karen Drew, Moreen Duffy, Dino
DiCarlo, Joy Ford, Joanne Frank, Brad Graham, Debbi Goldberg,
Howard Kalman, Bob Kirsch, Danny Krasa, Dottie Levine, David
Long, Karen McKenney, Joe McVay, Robin Mescon, Faye Miller,
Susan Monosson, Joanne Moran, Judy Nemsofi, Ellen Orne, Susan
Parker, Steve Porter, Janet Rosen, Jim Shaye, Eliot Schnei-en, Margie
Shaer, John Sheff, Myra Stiller, Debbie Topol, Frank Vespa, Burton
Weiner, Marshall Winn.
President ...... .... N ancy Kaplan
Vice President . . . ........ ....... . . . Eugene Kaplan
Secretary ................................... Judy Shapiro
Jacob Bloom, James Clifford, Linda Fallnow, Robert Feldman, Ellen
Fireman, Peter Fraenkel, David Glaser, Richard Hosman, Gayle Kaplan,
Lewis Kazis, Morris Keesan, Marc Koslow, Cliff Sevine, Laurie Shahon,
Amy Sheraff, Anne Wilson.
Advisors: Mr. Friedman
. . Deborah Morganthal
. . . . . . . Beth Poplin
Editor-in-Chief . . .
Associate Editor . . .
News Editor ...... ............ N ancy Kaplan
Assistant News Editor . . .............. James Shulman
Copy Editors ....... .... S usan Garber and Mark Zuroff
Editorial Editor . . .................... Jeff Berman
Art Editors ..... . . . Nancy Glazier and Wendy Goldwyn
Exchange Editor . . . ...................... Jim Katz
Photography Editor .. .................. Roger Belson
Sports Editors ........ . . . Gary Mescon and Ned Morse
Assistant Sports Editor . . ............. Lewis Freedman
Girls' Sports Editor . . . ................ Judy Berman
Ad Editors ........ Harriet Shrair and Lois Issacson
Circulation Editors ....... . . Sue Winston and Myra Waterman
Theatre Editor ........... ............... M arvin Swartz
Assistant Feature Editor ........ ............. D iane Bernstein
Advisor: Mr. George P. Nye
Ad Advisor: Miss Irene Roman
President ..... . . Susan Merian
Vice President . . . . . Jeanette Aronson
Secretary ............................ ...... M arcy Glanz
Treasurer ................................ Caryl Goodman
Vicky Aghababian, Rise Andler, Joan Aron, Sandy Aronson, Bebe
Axelrod, Jean Bardini, Lauren Berly, Judy Berman, Diane Bernstein,
Rhonda Bernstein, Harriet Blank, Leona Breslow, Suzanne Canner,
Stephanie Cohen, Peggy Dorfman, Marcia Edelstein, Meryl Farber,
Jackie Feldman, Linda Fialkow, Diane Finkel, Roberta Frank, Judy
Freedman, Debby Goldman, Bette Gordon, Janet Green, Myra Grossman,
Avra Grubert, Marilyn Hecht, Alexis Henes, Alma Hirsch, Amy
Jacobs, Nancy Julian, Nancy Kaplan, Steven Kaye, Susan.Keller,
Ronnie Krauss, Diane Kwasnick, Janet Lefkowith, Reeve Lipwofth,
Lynne Lourie, Lisa Mandell, Ann Mitchell, Leslie Mitchell, Debby
Morganthal, Sheryl Nager, Kathy Oppenheim, Paula Richman, I-153
Rosencranz, Chris Santucci, Karyn Schrier, Debra Shein, Leslie Solo-
mont, Betty Spigel, Florence Stein, Bev Stone, Margie Tack, Joan Toll,
Robyn Walker, Sue Winston.
Advisor: Miss Leighton
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
President ..... . . Susan Malmed
Vice-President . . . . . Lynda Schwartz
Secretary ..................................... Judy Colt
Treasurer-. ......... 1 ...................... Emily Oolema n
Margie Bornstein, Rhonda Bornstein, Debby Cannell, Pat Carlin, Meryl
Farber, Linda Foster, Janis Goldberg, Laurel Gould, Debbie Hite,
Pat Hosmer, Debbie Klein, Janet Lefkowith, Marcia Lofchie, Marianne
Lopez, Jane Marcus, Gerri Penn, Debby Poster, Joan Saltzman, Rhonda
Sapers, Jeanette Shapiro, Judy Shapiro, Meridith Slade.
Advisor: Mr. Rivers. Consultant: Mrs. Leisher
President ..... . . . Daniel Pfau
Vice President . . ...... Mark Silin
Secretary ..... . . . Lynn Warschauer
Treasurer ................. .................. P eter Lowy
Judy Hamberg, Peter Hoban, Larry Kaplan, Allen King, Robert
Klugman, Mary Langevin, Charles Lavin, Susan Lowy, Mark Ochs,
Stephen Ross, Steven Sacks, Fred Shopnick.
Advisor: Mrs. Leisher
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
President ..... ..... E llen Anderson
Vice President .. . . Mary Ann Beldesezk
Secretary ................................ Nancy Whitmore
Treasurer .................................... Pat Savage
Fredda Band, Judy Berman, Janet Corbett, Maiya Malmberg, Cyndi
Mason, Kathy McPhee, Sue Miranda, Phyllis Savage, Merri Slade,
Advisor: Miss Lenor Hersey
GIRLS' LEADER CORPS
Ellen Anderson, Diane Axelrod, Adrianne Balcom, Bari Baraban,
Marjory Baruch, Judy Berman, Sarita Cohen, Janet Corbett, Jane Dana,
Marcia Davis, Barbara Feinstein, Janet Gurvitz, Maiya Malmborg,
Karen McKinney, Kathy McPhee, Carolyn Mervis, Sue Miranda, Grace
Muscarella, Janet Rosen, Nancy Rothblatt, Leslie Rudnick, Phyllis
Savage, Cindy Shamban, Bunny Shuman, Lynn Warschauer, Denise
Wiest, Debbi Wilson, Sue Wolf, Deb Wolfson.
Advisor: Miss Gilmore
GOODWIN HOUSE COUNCIL
President ........ ..... D avid Woo
Vice President . . . ...... Paul Gerstein
Secretary ....... . . Marjorie Weinert
Treasurer ...... .... D avid Owens
Member-at-large .............................. Mark Zuroff
Larry Adelman, Paul Albert, Roger Alter, Richard Arduino, Chris Baer,
Jeff Berman, Diane Bernstein, Peter Bernstein, Bev Cohen, Linda Cohen,
Polita Cohen, John Delany, Ann Drinan, Alaine Ebb, Linda Gershman,
Dore Gilbert, Marcy Glanz, Alma Hirsch, Jimmy Hurwitz, Peter Kaplan,
Deanne Kargosian, Pam Kirshen, Benjy Kraft, Ronnie Krauss, Scott
Lampert, Mark Leshay, Donna Linn, Richard Magnet, Jodi Maxner,
Louis Miller, Mark Mordecai, Grace Muscarella, Nancy Newman, Skip
Novick, Greg Phillips, Sheldon Price, Phyllis Rosenthal, Laurie
Rubenstein, Cindy Shamban, Karyn Scheier, Joan Toll, Melvin Warshaw,
Dewie Weiner, Ilene Wexler.
JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE
President ..... . . . Clifford Greene
Vice President . . ...... Steve Bahn
Secretary ..... ........... S herry Forman
Treasurer ........ ............... R oger Myerson
Members-at-large . . A. . Jerry Mann, Stuart Silverman
Sandy Aronson, Richard Beaser, Eric Black, Rhonda Blair, Lisa
Brenner, Marty Cohen, Steven Finer, Billy Goldberg, Mark Leshay,
Lorretta Levin, Richard Levin, Joan Muldoon, Kirk Pantos, Sue Perry,
Danny Pfau, Marty Radlo, Rob Schiller, Jason Sobol, Jeannie Zase,
President ...... ...... A my Jacobs
Vice President . . . . . . Holly Hawksley
Secretary ...... . . . Laurie Rubin
Treasurer .... . . . Judith Strymish
Historian . .. .
. . . . ..................... Jerome Altman
Peter Baginsky, Judy Hearst, Gayle Kaplan, Wendy Saxe, Joan Aron,
Sue Merian, Cindy Zimon, Joann Espar, Steven Blinder, Cindy
Keesan, Debby Rubin, Laurie Shahon, Stephen Kaye, Sherry Forman.
Advisor: Miss Ashley
Captain .................................. Kathy Mc Phee
Linda Foster, Leslie Frank, Marcy Glanz, Leslie Philips, Gail Winston.
Advisor: Miss Hersey
President ....... .. . Justus Weiner
Vice President .... . .. Mark Zuroff
Secretary-Treasurer ....................... . . . Mel Warshaw
Paul Alpert, Marcia Asquith, Jacob Bloom, Scott Cutler, Peggy Dorfman,
Danny Green, Michael Hecht, Margaret Heyn, Mike Kaufman, Steven
Kaye, Morris Keesan, Danny Krasa, Robert Lax, Michael Pashall, Billy
Plotkin, Ronnie Sagall, Marjorie Sage, David Simen, Gerald Sneider,
Jim Spelfogel, Jammes Terner, Roy Turkanis, Richard Weinfeld.
Advisor: Mrs. Savides
Captain .................................. Gerald Sneider
Paul Alpert, Joan Aron, James Barber, Marge Baruch, David Binder,
Carol Efron, Ellen Fireman, Gerry Fishman, Richard Gershman,
David Glasser, Jon Kaplan, Dan Krasa, Marty Leventhal, Douglas
Levine, Roger Myerson, Eric Osman, Dan Pfau, Sheldon Price, David
Simen, David Snyder, Ken Swartz, James Terner, Mike Tighe.
Advisor: Mr. Johanson
Paul Gerstin, Donna Housman, Robert Levine, Louis Shuman,
QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIETY
Nancy Kaplan, Debby Morgenthal, Beth Poplin.
Assistant Editor .
. . . ........................ Stuart Gluck
Advertising Stab' . . .
Art Editor . . . . .
Art Stag . . .
Circulation SMH .
. . Suzanne Canner
. . Karyn Scheier
.. Jeff Adams, Alan Berkowitz, Paul Paglia
David Saunders, Herb Snyder.
Sally Auerbach, Jeff Davis, Carla Glembe,
Roz Kramer, Debbie Poster, Judi Shapiro, Eliza-
beth Tailby, Laurie Zallen.
. ..... Bari Baraban, Lyn Brayman. Nancy Bru-
nell, Ronni Capland, Vicky Citron, Beverly
Cohen, Linda Cohen, Judy Colt, Nancy
Connolly, Jeffrey Cowan, Lou Difazio,
Diane Dragoff, Betsy Drinan, Karen Edel-
stone, Carol Epstein, Carol Fisher, Sherry
Forman, Jody Frades, Joanne Frank, Linda
Copy Editor ..
Copy Stag ..
Data Staff ..., . . .
Featarer Staff .
Gershman, Betsy Goldberg, Myrna Gold-
man, Adene Gross, Holly Hawksley, Debbie
Herman, Alma Hirsch, Sharyn Jackson,
Nathan Kaitz, Howard Kalman, Meryl
Kalman, Nancy Kaplan, Peter Kaplan,
Lewis Kazis, Shelly Kooris, Gail Lane,
Barry Levin, Dottie Levine, Brenda Loew,
Susan Malmad, Karen McKinney, Lyn
Mead, Susan Miranda, Leslie Mitchell, Ken
Mosakowski, Carol Neitlich, Sharyn Noon,
Ruth Noymer, Kathy Oppenheim, Darryl
Robertson, Janet Rosen, Bill Rounseville,
Debby Rudnick, Eliot Schneier, Ronni
Schneier, Stefie Sellinger, Donna Shane,
Phyllis Shauffer, Marilynne Sieve, Sheryl
Sieve, Arnalie Silberstein, Bonnie Sisson,
Sherry Snyder, Paul Spigel, Florence Stein,
Susan Steinberg, Caroline Stone, Judy Unger,
Peter Weinberg, Donny Wexler, Amy
Windheim, Larry Young.
Rise Andler, Diane Axelrod, Robin Axelrod,
Rhonda Blair, Barbara Feinstein, Shirley Feld-
betg, Judy I-Iamberg, Marilyn Miller, Carol
. . . . . . . . . . . . Sue Merian, Jeannette Aronson
Phyllis Bloom, Ann Drinan, Linda Gershman,
Karen Guberman, Holly Hawksley, Debbi Shein,
Margi Tack, Margi Weinert.
.. Ken Alperin, Jerry Altman, Phyllis Bloom,
Bev Cohen, Stan Dolberg, Ann Drinan,
Mitch Freedman, Harris Gershman, Betsy
Goldberg, Burt Goldman, Bev Greenwald,
Jane Kaplan, Loretta Levin, Jerry Levine,
Steve Mahoney, Mark Mordecai, Grace Mus-
carella, Richard Primack, Nancy Rothblatt,
Sue Rautenberg, Dave Saunders, Jason Sobol,
Bunny Shuman, Marvin Swartz, Paul Taylor,
Elizabeth Tailby, Jim Terner, Mark Zuroff.
Layoat Editor .. .........................,.. Katy King
Layout Staff . .
Literary Stay? .
Jane Albert, Carol Efron, Karen Guberman,
Alma Hirsch, Tom Humphrey, Debby Platt,
. . . ..................,....... Marty Cohen
.. .. Josh Alper, Jerry Altman, Peter Baginsky,
Diane Bernstein, Phyllis Bloom, Carol Efron.
Karen Guberman, Larry Kaplan, James Katz,
Debby Morgenthal, Beth Poplin, Marti Radlo,
Priscilla Rowe, Stephanie Sacks, Gerald
Photography Editor ............................ Jeff Berman
Photography Staff . . .... Josh Alper, Roger Belson, Elliot Derdak,
Sporty Editor . .
Sportr Staff . .
Cliff Kolovson, Mark Koslow, Bill Oser,
David Poorvu, Gerry,Sneider, Jim Terner,
. . . Adrianne Balcom, Barbara Billinsky, Cindy
Caruso, Michele Cooke, Janet Dennis, Sue
Flaschner, Bill Goldberg, Chris Heard, John
Heurrt, Stephen Kaye, Joyce Kramer, Phyllis
Rosenthal, Debbi Roth, Deena Yoffa.
. .. Nancy Connolly, Stan Dolberg, Stu Gluck,
Cliff Greene, Chris Henes, Wade Johnson,
Robert Levine, Robert Mandell, Ned Morse,
Steve Walker, Mel Warshaw, Mark Zuroff.
man, Debby Oven, Paul Paglia, Debby Platt, Jan Portnoy, Sut Rauten-
berg, Stephanie, Shafran, Bunny Shuman, Meridith Slade, Richard Slivkin,
Robert Stearns, Marjie Tack, Nancy Tobin, Burton Weiner, Justus Wei-
ner, Laurie Zallen.
Adzfirorr: Mr. Carey, Mrs. Glick.
SOPHOMORE CLASS COMMITTEE
Prerident .... . . . Louis Miller
Vice-Prerident . . . . Lynne Brayman
Secretary .................................. Dewey Weiner
Treararer ....,.............................. David Snyder
Vicky Aghababian, Nancy Asch, Becky Blum, Elaine Ebb, Jill Einstein,
David Feldman, Wendy Flaschner, Debbi Goldman, Mark Grubert, Judie
Kaplan, Robert Karol, Stephen Kaye, Robert Kellner, Mary-Lou Kiley,
Barbara Levine, Sandy Stroyman, Gail Yarish, Mark Young.
SOUTH HIGH FORUM
Preridezzt .............................. .. .... James Barber
Ralph Abrams, Marjorie Baruch, Mel Becker, Denise Bethel, Jacqueline,
Calnan, Peggy Dorfman, Richard Freedman, Cliff Green, Richard Greene,
Karen Guberman, Peter Hoban, Gene Kaplan, James Katz, Mike Kauf-
man, Mark Koslow, Danny Krasa, Andrew Krinsky, Chuck Laven, Doug-
las Levine, Jerry Mann, Bruce Miller, Lewis Miller, Roger Myerson, Mike
Pashall, Carol Radlo, Marti Radlo, David Sanders, Gerald Sneid-er, David
Snyder, Ken Swartz, Maureen Trodler.
Adviror: Mr. Neel.
Preriderit .... . . . Susan Winston
Vice-Preriderzt . . ...... Steffi Sacks
Secretary .... . . . Marjorie Bronstein
Treararer ................................. Shirley Feldberg
Robin Axelrod, Mark Flashen, Jerry Levin, Dotty Levine, Shervl Neiger,
Ina Pollack, Mary Sabetti, Rhonda Sapers, Nancy Shea, Oriol Sole Costa,
Joan Strauss, Judy Traiger, Marsha Turesky.
Adziirorz Mrs. Mazzota.
Manager .................................. Peter Burrowes
Arrirtarzt Manager .................... . ........ Len Schnabel
Gilah Bell, Mollie Bell, Randy Berkson, Laura Berman, Denise Bethel,
Lenore Borowsky, Robert Cohen, David Carpenter, Toby Coltin, Char-
lotte Crowder, Diane Dragoff, Carol Efron, Steven Finer, Wendy Flasch-
ner, Sherry Forman, Roberta Frank, Russ Gerard, Stuart Glazer, Susan
Goldberg, Marvin Goldman, Arlene Grossman, John Hall, Steve Hall,
Paula Hirshberg, Charles Houghton, Fred Husher, Sharon Kase, Debbi
Kaufman, Elizabeth Dessin, Robert Klugman, Fohn Lambert, Kathy
Lane, Cathy Latner, Douglas Levene, Cathy Levin, Loretta Levin, Robin
Lewis, Beth Luchner, Benjamin Maleson, Jonathan Melick, Bruce Miller,
Nancy Newman, Oliver Newton, John O'Neil, Thomas Pick-et, Jay Port-
noy, Ginny Rabb, Carol Radlo, Charlotte Robinson, Merri Rowe, Steven
Sacks, Margie Sage, Mark Sandman, Erica Schiffman, Judie Singer, Bonnie
Sklar, Sandra Stroyman, Ronna Tapper, Daniel Veaner, J. Walker, Cliff
Weiss, Pamela Whittlesey.
Adzfirorz Mr. Henry Lambert.
WHEELER HOUSE COUNCIL
SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE
Prerident ....... . . Jerry Levine
lit Vice-Prerideizt . . .... Eric Wolf
zaa Vice-Prerideat . . . . . . Larry Kaplan
Secretary ................. ................ C arol Neitlich
Treasurer ................................... Barry Dichter
Kenny Alperin, Diane Axelrod, Jon Baron, Chris Burkhardt, David
Burmon, James Clifford, Nancy Connolly, Peggy Dorfman, Barbara Fein-
stein, Shelly Ferrick, Sue Flaschner, Harris Gershman, Wfendy Goldwyn,
Gary Guarente, Eugene Kaplan, Marty Leventhal, Reeve Lipworth, Joe
McVeigh, Joan Moran, Mark Mordecai, Grace Muscarella, Karel New-
Prerideiit .... Alan Berkowitz
Vice-Prerideat . Donna Housman
Secretary ..... . . . . . . ..... Judy Hamberg
Treararer .... . Wade Johnson
Sandra Aronson, Steve Aronson, Fredda Band, Sue Barros, Roger Belson,
Alan Berkowitz, David Burmon, Andy Cornblart, Mike Donnelly, David
Feldman, Larry Gordan, David Hill, Donna Housman, Shirley Hurwitz,
Wfade Johnson, Ellen Kruger, Barbara Kushner, Gary Lennox, Steve
Mahoney, Robert Mandell, Bruce Miller, Susan Miranda, Bruce Olans,
Deborah Poster, Stephanie Sacks, Robert Saltzberg, Paul Selby, Debby
Snyder, Herb Snyder, Robert Stearns, Andy Schwarz, Beverly Wolfson.
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Mr. Alford Dyson, jr.
Miss Marjorie M. Evans, jr.
Mrs. Sandra E. Lerner
Mrs. Martha L. Patton
lvirs. Lela F. Porter
Mr. Herbert Rothfarb
Mr. Hugh W. Sanborn
Mrs. Patricia Kelly
Mrs. Gertrude W. Benedict
Mrs. Frances Y. Pike
Miss Clara W. Ashley
Mr. Edward G. Giroux
Miss Bonnie Allen
Mr. Clifford A. Card
Leave of Absence
Mr. Philip E. Burnham, Jr
Miss Eliz Dohanian
Miss joan E. Leighton
Mr. Vincent T. Silluzio
Mrs. Judith Alpin
Mr. James M. Blake
Mr. Samuel M. Busselle
Mr. Casper A. Crouse, III
Mr. Peter Friedman
Mrs. Constance Gartland
Mrs. Linda Glick
Mrs. Mary Haymann
Mr. Edwin A. Heckrnan
Mr. Lance Heiko
Mrs. Claudine Hogarth
Miss Constance Hunter
Mrs. Audrey Jolliff
Mrs. Claudia Kargman
Mrs. Diane F. Liebman
Mr. Chester P. Mattson
Mr. Thomas H. Neel
Miss Suzanne J. Engelman
Row 1: A. Smiles, J. Spinks, F. Vespa, L. Wolfson, B. Rounseville,
C. Bloom, I. Rosenberg, J. Delaney, S. Silver. Row 2: P. Horvitz, Coach
Merrill, J. Newman, P. Taylor, H. Lustig, P. Dumais, M. Freedman,
S. Eastaugh, L. Unterman, C. Roth, L. Shuman, A. King, Coach Muldern,
This year the sport of Lacrosse, an old Indian game, was
played for the first time at Newton South. Coach Schaefer's
Forces ended the season with a 3-5 record, but this was
deceiving. By the end of the-eight-game schedule, the Lions
were a much more solid squad than they had been at the
beginning. They proved this by winning their last two
games, 6-0 over Medford and 5-l over Framingham. The
other win was a 5-0 conquest of Ipswich.
It will be hard to replace people like Captain Bill
Rounseville, jim Spinks, and goalie Archie Smiles, but the
experience gained by this year's underclassmen and the fine
end-of-season showing seem to indicate further improve-
ment in '69.
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William H. O'Donnell
Lester K. Weiner
Row 1: J. Rubin, W. Ross, L. Miller, M. Freedman, B. Kaplan, T. llezzuti, G. Tsiumis, J. Gamble.
Row 2.' Coach Linscott, K. Stuart, T. Tarter, D. Roberts, J. Dunnigan, D. Mendelson, J. Lopez,
Coach Nathanson. Missing: S. Kaye, F. Hurvitz.
Row 1: M. Leshay, B. Ramirez, B. Kessler, D. Blohm. Row 2:
Coach Little, K. Quinn, S. Walker, D. Long. Missing: J. Brown.
season for Coach Little s
golfers. The senior laden
squad finished with a 3-7 record in the Suburban
Golf League. This was due more to lack of prac-
tice than to deficiency talent, as the team had no
links on which to practice. On the individual side,
senior Dave Blohm qualified for an alternate's
position in the state tourney.
Next year looks to be just as tough as this one
was, if not more so. Mr. Little will have to rebuild
the team completely, and the lack of practice area
will not make the job any easier.
1968 was a disappointing
The Newton South Lions were originally ranked as one of
the top contenders in the Suburban League. This optimistic
prediction seemed Well founded as the Lions won their first
four games. Unfortunately the starting pitcher, jack Dunni-
gan, hurt his arm and was unable to complete the season.
Juniors Jim Gamble and Frank Hurvitz lost only two games
in the next six games leading their team to a respectable 9-2
record. However, the Lions collapsed losing the next six suc-
cessive games, finishing the season with a victory. They fin-
ished in fourth place with a 10-8 record.
Coach Linscott's baseball potential next year will include
pitchers Frank Hurvitz and Jim Gamble, as well as Dan
Mendelson and Lou Miller as outfielders, and Ken Stuart as
catcher. Next year's record will depend upon whether or not
the fine human resources will be realized. And that is as much
a matter of luck as skill!
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Row 1: J. Weiner, R. Aron, T. Crim, S. Porter, S. Dolberg, B. Hahn. Row 2: Coach Geist, F. Kaye,
L. Freedman, B. Goldberg, R. Schneir. Row 3: S. Goldman, S. Robinson, R. Hirsh, B. Kopelman,
D. Glazer, D. Kaitz. Row 4: C. Kolovson, S. Finer,'S. Chasen, S. Platen, D. Finch.
It was a rough year for the Newton South
Track team. Competing in the tough Suburban
League, the Lions compiled a record of one win
and four losses.
Captain Stan Dolberg was outstanding, tallying
54 points in the quarter-mile, half-mile, and shot-
put. Juniors Bruce Kopelman and Robin Hirsch
were tops in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. Sopho-
more Tim Crim was a consistent performer in the
100-yard dash and the broad jump. Pete Bernstein
was undefeated in the javelin.
This year the Lions were weak in the distance
events and the pole vault, but otherwise fielded
a fairly strong team. However, it was South's mis-
fortune to be in the same league with two of the
state's top teams, Newton and Brockton.
The squad was very young. Only three com-
petitors-Dolberg, sprinter Justus Weiner, and
discus-thrower Bob Hahn-graduated. There will
be over twenty-live returnees next season, includ-
ing back-up men for the departing seniors. A deep,
experienced team seems assured, but whether it
can overcome the sometimes spectacular perform-
ances of equally experienced competition remains
to be seen.
Newton South New Bedford ..,... 88
Newton South Newton High ..,.., 104
Newton South Brockton High .... 97
Newton South Rindge Tech ,....... 37
Brookline High .... 80
The number one sports story at Newton
South for the past two years has been the
tennis team. After winning the Eastern Mass.
and State titles in '67, Coach Franke's boys
repeated the performance this season. After
successive 19-1 and 22-1 seasons, the only
question remaining is: 'What more can this
aggregation do in '69?
fThis year's squad was led by numbers
one and two singles players Bucky Adams
C14-1 in regular season playb and Gary Mes-
con Q13-29, who advanced to the finals and
quarter-finals of the Eastern Mass. singles
tournament respectively. In three years and
over sixty matches of varsity competition,
Adams lost only six times, and Mesconis rec-
ord was comparable. Andy Cornblatt and
Noah Bronson both played third singles at
one time or another, or else teamed with
Bruce Cornblatt to play first doubles. Second
doubles was held down by the Starr cousins,
Al and Bill. Dave Burmon and Howie Gillis
filled in capably when needed.
After losing only once Cto Winchesterb in
15 regular season matches, the Lions dumped
Winchester in both the Eastern Mass. and
State finals. In these two matches, as in so
many others, the score wasn't even close. As
a matter of fact, out of seventy-live regular
season points, Newton South dropped only
Whether the team can remain a power-
house in '69 is not known, but the Starrs,
along with Paul "Cuddles" Cohen, return.
These three will make South a feared mem-
ber of the newly-formed Suburban Tennis
League, as well as a contender for a third
straight' State title. It is doubtful that next
year's team will have either the depth or the
overall strength of this year's team, but one-
half the strength would probably do the job
for the third time. That's how good the '68
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Row 1: A. Starr, A. Cornblatt, J. Adams, G. Mescon. Row 2: D. Burmon, B. Cornblatt,
B. Starr, P. Cohen, N. Bronson, Coach Franke.
Though it is acknowledged that Newton
South has a great boy's tennis team, things
are fairly bright on the distaff side as well.
This year's girls' tennis team compiled a fine
6-3 record. The squad was extremely impres-
sive in its linal match of the season against
Cambridge Latin when the girls scored a 6-0
win. Since mostly sophomores and juniors led
the way in this 'victory as well as in many
others, Miss Gilmore expects an even better
season next spring.
Row 1: R. Mescon, J. Berman, L. Shahon. Row 2: P. Kirschen, L. Erlich,
S. Monosson, D. Herman, W. Flaschner. Row 3: M. L. Kiley, C. Fuchs, K. Latner,
M. Rosenthal, S. Canner, B. Greenblatt. Missing: C. Bickelman, K. Altman,
L. Atanella, A. Cooper, A. Ebb, B. Levine, C. Wamboldt.
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as an individual is to get down to the gut level
and concern yourself with the individuality of
other people. It is the paradox of life and Judeo-
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when you lose yourself in Working for someone
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better, of speaking your mind, and of try-
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